Kept up all night by his neighbor's music, aspiring singer Rudy (Alan Cumming) pounds on the door to discover his neighbor's son Marco, a teenager with Down syndrome, left alone by his drug addicted mother with only the blaring stereo to keep him company. Family Services takes Marco, but days later Rudy sees him on the street and brings him home, where Rudy and his closeted district attorney partner Paul (Garret Dillahunt) become the stable family environment Marco's never had. But when authorities discover Rudy and Paul are gay, the men must battle a biased legal system to adopt the child they have come to love as their own.
Set in 1970s Los Angeles and inspired by a true story, Any Day Now is a poignant and occasionally incendiary drama from TFF alum Travis Fine (The Space Between) that addresses gay adoption rights issues that are as relevant today as they were nearly 40 years ago. Augmenting the touching performances from Cumming and Dillahunt is Isaac Leyva, who offers a subtle yet impactful performance as a boy who inspires those around him to fight for what is right when no one else will.
Travis Fine left a successful acting career in 2001 and became an airline pilot. While flying a commercial jet, Travis began to develop the story that became his first feature film, The Space Between, which premiered at TFF in 2010 and aired on the USA Network on the 10th anniversary of 9/11.
Steven Robert Kozlowski, Alec Chorches
Director of Photography
Travis Fine, Kristine Fine, Chip Hourihan, Anne O'Shea (EP)
Alan Cumming, Garret Dillahunt, Isaac Leyva, Frances Fisher, Gregg Henry, Don Franklin
Travis Fine, George Arthur Bloom
George Arthur Bloom, Sarah Trippe, Stephen Trippe
Maxine Makover, Anne O'Shea, Wayne LaRue Smith, Dan Skahen