What happens when a Mennonite boy and Filipino girl meet while pushing a stranger’s car out of the snow in downtown Winnipeg? Sean Garrity’s brand new romcom ‘I Propose We Never See Each Other Again After Tonight’.
The new feature film opens at Cineplex Odeon McGillivray and Cinema City Northgate this Friday Aug 21 until August 27.
The movie’s climax occurs at a giant wedding social in the Maples – of course!
Of the film’s 29 cast members, 20 are Filipino-Canadians—a Winnipeg community that has largely been under-represented in movies and television. The film even includes some hilarious TAGLISH (half Tagalog/half English).
You can find the trailer for I Propose We Never See Each Other Again After Tonight here:
Director and cast are available for interviews via phone or video conference.
“I Propose We Never See Each Other Again After Tonight” is Sean Garrity’s 8th feature film. His work has screened at some of the world’s most prestigious film festivals, every film has played theatrically across Canada and, and they sell around the world; taking Winnipeg stories to people in Russia, China, Brazil and beyond. The last time he made a romantic comedy – called MY AWKWARD SEXUAL ADVENTURE in 2013 – it sold in 24 countries, was translated into 15 languages, and was remade in Lithuania and the Ukraine. Bollywood is doing a third remake, as this goes to press (yes, seriously).