Michael Wolfe's Maybe Tomorrow Gets Video on Demand Rollout

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This is a release on the Video on Demand release of the independent film "Maybe Tomorrow". The film was shot predominately in The Hamptons, New York and was written, directed and stars Huntington, N.Y. native Michael Wolfe

“Maybe Tomorrow”, an independent political intrigue drama by NYC resident Michael Wolfe, has begun its Video On Demand rollout with its debut on Blue Ridge Communications Cable System, Verizon Fios , Atlantic Broadband, WOW Cable and others. “Maybe Tomorrow” revolves around three estranged friends who finally examine how a covered up crime from their pasts has affected the course of their lives.

The winner of multiple international film festivals, the picture stars Dominik Tiefenthaler, Paul Lange and writer/director Wolfe as the three aforementioned friends. Film Threat says, “Maybe Tomorrow is a study of morality, friendship, ambition and salvation”. Rogue Cinema calls the film, “an intense character piece that piles on the drama,” hailing it as, “One film you don’t want to miss!” Examiner.com deemed is a “must see film for this summer.”

Blue Ridge Communications services much of the Poconos and Central Pennsylvania. Verizon Fios is available in 20 markets across the nation including parts of New York and New Jersey, Philadelphia, Los Angeles, Washington, D.C., Pittsburgh and Dallas. WOW Cable is available in Chicago, Cleveland, Columbus,Oh., Detroit, Knoxville among other cities. The film is also available to view on demand on Google Play, Vudu, Playstation, Target Ticket and other outlets.

“Maybe Tomorrow” is a Purposeful Vision Media/Entertainment One Distribution release. To watch the trailer, read reviews and learn about the cast and crew, visit http://www.maybetomorrowthefilm.com. For more information, contact Fiona Bloom at The Bloom Effect at 646-764-0004 or fiona(at)thebloomeffect(dot)com. You can also contact Purposeful Vision Media at 718-455-0092 or purposefulvision(at)earthlink(dot)net

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