Tonight Will Be Fine | Film Threat

A gifted artist finds a song worth singing in Richard Yichen Yang’s short film, Tonight Will Be Fine.

Lu and Po are an emerging singing duo, and the two are destined for great heights. Yet even Lu knows that Po is the team’s real talent and is determined not to get in his best friend’s way. Tonight the pair is presented with the opportunity of a lifetime as they reach the finals in a popular singing competition. Though Po is the talented one, he needs Lu by his side for moral and emotional support.

But Po suffers from a severe lack of self-confidence and is distracted by his ailing grandmother. On his last visit with his grandmother, she tells Po she’s proud of him and to save her a seat for his first concert, but, unfortunately, his grandmother would never make the concert.

Tonight Will Be Fine | Film Threat

“…the pair is presented with the opportunity of a lifetime…”

With pressure mounting, Po is unsure he has what it takes to win the competition and walks out on Lu.

Tonight Will Be Fine is a lyrical tale of a young artist desperately searching to come into his own. His grandmother was the inspiration and foundation of his music and his best friend, Lu, was his support.

Like most films from China, the emotional performances of the characters are a little too brooding and over the top, especially for American audiences. That said, Yang’s tale is a beautiful and touching story. He makes excellent use of the moving camera, especially at the end in the nursing home. His story is solid and heartfelt.

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