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The Day Shall Come

2019 | 1h 27m | Comedy

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An impoverished preacher who brings hope to the Miami projects is offered cash to save his family from eviction. He has no idea his sponsor works for the FBI who plan to turn him into a criminal by fueling his madcap revolutionary dreams.

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What we think

The overall lack of polish makes The Day Shall Come seem less like a passion project and more like something churned out.
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What others think

Morris handles a delicate balancing act with an expected ease, the work of a satirist with so much to say yet with an awareness that saying less leads to so much more.
Benjamin Lee The Guardian
It’s a strange film that’s never short of surprises, but as with Morris’ best work, this subject might have been better served by a TV mockumentary.
Adam Woodward Little White Lies
Morris and Jesse Armstrong’s screenplay takes a good while to get going, before the escalating absurdity and hastily improvised scheming finds its groove.
Leigh Singer Sight & Sound
The movie suffers from a fleeting, half-baked quality as it rushes to a hectic showdown.
Eric Kohn IndieWire

'The Day Shall Come' Movie details


Chris Morris


Marchánt Davis Anna Kendrick Kayvan Novak Jim Gaffigan Denis O'Hare

Release date

11 Oct 2019
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