I Propose We Never See Each Other Again After Tonight – out now!

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If you’re in the mood for a romantic comedy, we have some good news for you. For one, Cineplex is opening all its locations across Canada, so you can go and watch a movie. For another, a new movie called I Propose We Never See Each Other Again After Tonight will be screening. It’s the new movie from director Sean Garrity, and it’s a love story shot in Winnipeg, Manitoba.

Talking to Darren Bernhardt of the CBC, Garrity said that growing up in Manitoba made him realize “that Filipinos and Mennonites are a huge part of the cultural fabric that makes up Winnipeg”.

ABOUT THE MOVIE “I PROPOSE WE NEVER SEE EACH OTHER AGAIN AFTER TONIGHT”

I Propose We Never See Each Other Again After Tonight takes place during winter in Winnipeg. In case you’re not familiar with local weather conditions, it gets very, very cold in Winnipeg during the winter. Which is why people tend to bundle up (think about layers upon layers).

These conditions lead to a case of mistaken identity, with Iris (played by Filipino actor Hera Nalam) taking a very bundled up Simon (played by Canadian actor Kristian Jordan) for someone else.

One thing leads to another and Iris and Simon start to have feelings for each other, but before things get serious, he ghosts her. Thinking he was no longer interested, Iris starts seeing other people. Of course, that’s when Simon comes back.

The movie’s official website calls it a comedy about “love, loss, winter and banana sauce”. Which we’re thinking, refers to banana ketchup.

Garrity told the CBC that she felt that Nalam was the right person to play the role of Iris.

“I ran after her and asked if she would like to be the lead — I needed her to be the lead,” Garrity told the CBC. Nalam already had prior commitments with a travelling play, so she had to work on the movie on her days off from the play and during weekends.

The movie includes 29 actors, 21 of whom are Filipino Canadians.

Garrity told the CBC that he reached out to friends looking for Filipinos who wanted to be in the movie, including the actors who played Nalam’s parents in the movie.

Garrity decided not to subtitle the Tagalog dialogue in the movie, saying that when you go to visit a Filipino home in Winnipeg, what’s being said in the house won’t come with subtitles. Garrity said that non-Filipino audiences will be able to deduce what is being said from Nalam’s responses (which are in English).

WHERE TO WATCH “I PROPOSE WE NEVER SEE EACH OTHER AGAIN AFTER TONIGHT”

I Propose We Never See Each Other Again After Tonight will play at the Cineplex Odeon McGillivray and Cinema City Northgate.

Cineplex Odeon McGillivray
2190 McGillivray Blvd.
Winnipeg MB R3Y 1S6
(204) 269-9981

Friday August 21, 2020
4:55 pm
7:45 pm
8:45 pm

Saturday August 22, 2020
2:10 pm
4:55 pm
7:45 pm
8:45 pm

Sunday August 23, 2020
2:10 pm
4:55 pm
7:45 pm

Cinema City Northgate
1399 McPhillipps St.
Winnipeg MB R2V 3C4
(204) 334-6253

Friday August 21, 2020
4:05 pm
6:45 pm
9:20 pm

Saturday August 22, 2020
1:15 pm
4:05 pm
6:45 pm
9:20 pm

Sunday August 23, 2020
1:15 pm
4:05 pm
6:45 pm
9:20 pm

“I PROPOSE WE NEVER SEE EACH OTHER AGAIN AFTER TONIGHT” CAST

Sean Garrity is a Canadian director and filmmaker. His 2001 movie, Inertia, won the Best Canadian First Feature Film at the Toronto International Film Festival (TIFF) in 2001. His latest movie is I Propose We Never See Each Other Gain After Tonight.

Hera Nalam is a Canadian actress, singer and songwriter. She graduated from the University of Winnipeg Theatre Honours Program, and has been in a number of theatre productions, including a provincial tour with the Manitoba Theatre for Young People for their production of Torn Through Time. Her music can be heard on SoundCloud here .

Kristian Jordan is a Canadian actor, performer and playwright. He graduated from the University of Winnipeg Honours Program for Performance, and has been in productions with different groups, including the Royal Manitoba Theatre Centre, Prairie Theatre Exchange, and Manitoba Theatre for Young People, Winnipeg Jewish Theatre and Shakespeare in the Ruins.


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