Life After Tomorrow is a documentary about the female child actors who made up the Broadway and national touring companies of the musical Annie, and how being in the show affected their lives at the time and since. The movie is a personal journey for co-director Julie Stevens, as she was one of those girls, and that passion shines through. There are a few first-documentary bobbles, bits of information showed into the movie at places they don't really fit, but overall it's a fascinating look at an interesting topic.
FuzzyCo grade: A-
[available on Netflix Instant]