Netflix Pick: ‘Any Day Now’ Is A Drama Inspired By A Real Story, Soundtrack Features The Score By Joey Newman With Music By Rufus Wainwright And Vocals By Alan Cumming
Any Day Now is our weekend Netflix pick: winner of 10 Audience Awards at film festivals across the country including Tribeca Film Festival, Palm Springs International Film Festival and Chicago International Film Festival. The film’s moving story and period details are fortified by the ’70s soundtrack (the decade in which this film takes place) and strong cast including musical performances by Alan Cumming. Directed by Travis Fine, watch Any Day Now available now On Demand — watch it on Netflix or rent it on iTunes.
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Depictions of custody battles have become a cinematic staple, but few register with the heartfelt emotion of Any Day Now. This 1970s Los Angeles-set drama about a gay couple fighting to adopt a Down syndrome-afflicted teenager is only loosely inspired by a real story, but the smart screenplay by director Travis Fine and George Arthur Bloom has the ring of truth. And the issues raised by this film receiving its world premiere at the Tribeca Film Festival remain all too sadly relevant. –The Hollywood Reporter