Short film ‘If we die tomorrow’ Via Vimeo
French photographer/director, Marin Troude brings us a heart felt short film set in Western New York during an icy cold January. ‘If We Die Tomorrow’ follows different characters in their daily lives struggling to exist in an apocalyptic word.
“This film true to life, depicts the hidden side of a deep-rooted America, a country often forgotten, cut off from a system where everything goes too fast, which leaves behind the most vulnerable people, outcasts or dropouts. Prisoners of their own environment and too often unfairly treated, they find refuge in solitude, routine, religion, drugs or violence, anything that will give them the strength to face the harshness of a relentless daily struggle.
No matter who you are, no matter where you go in life. At some point, you’re going to need somebody to stand by you.”
Special thanks to; Justin, Kyle, Alexa, Marc, Juan & Paula, Buffalo Fire Depot, Tyler, Wollcott Guns, Lindsay, Kelly, Patricia, Charles, Tanesha, Rob, Joe, Tommie, Mike, BJ, Dan, Frank, Chris, Nancy, Anthony, Victor, Jim and everyone else from Buffalo and Western New York who shared their stories or support.