Before he was a world-famous comedian and had his own show, Louis, on FX, Louis C.K. was another struggling comedian. Back in 1998, he took all his savings from his stand-up and TV gigs and put it into a self-directed black-and-white film called Tomorrow Night ($5).
It was shown at Sundance in 1998 but never received distribution. Until now. Five dollars gets it on his website. The movie revolves around a lonely photo-shop owner, Charles, who meets a lonely old woman named Florence. There’s also mention of a character in old-lady drag. Steve Carell, JB Smoove, Wanda Sykes and Conan O’Brien make appearances in the movie too.
Hey, it’s Louis C.K. and it’s $5. That’s less than a beer in some bars. Save your liver and feed your funny bone instead.