The black-and-white horror-fantasy Escape from Tomorrow debuted last week at the Sundance Film Festival, the directorial debut of filmmaker Randy Moore which gives us a unique neo-noir look at the magical world of Disney. The story follows a father (Roy Abramsohn) and his descent into madness, after a meeting two young girls (Danielle Safady and Annet Mahendru) on holiday at DisneyWorld. The film was shot guerrilla style on location at both DisneyLand and DisneyWorld resorts, without corporate permission, which could raise some interesting issues if a distributor picks it up. Disney icons and landmarks such as Buzz Lightyear, Space Mountain, and even an explosive Epcot Center are also featured in one of the most talked-about movies at the Park City, Utah festival this year. Today, we have the first clip, featuring the father's initial interaction with the underage girls, along with a poster and three photos. Take a look at this intriguing and provocative drama, and we'll keep you posted if this project gets picked up by a studio at the festival.

<strong><em>Escape from Tomorrow</em></strong> Poster

<strong><em>Escape from Tomorrow</em></strong> Photo 1

<strong><em>Escape from Tomorrow</em></strong> Photo 2

<strong><em>Escape from Tomorrow</em></strong> Photo 3

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