Louis CK's 1998 Film Is Online Next Month

'Tomorrow Night' will be available for $5 on his website
By Newser Editors,  Newser Staff
Posted Jan 10, 2014 2:42 PM CST

"When I made it, I wasn't anybody," explains Louis CK of his 1998 black-and-white movie Tomorrow Night. And though the movie—featuring the likes of Steve Carell, Amy Poehler, JB Smoove, and Wanda Sykes—got screened at Sundance, it never got picked up for release. Now that he's somebody, Louie is making the movie available next month for $5 on his website, reports Paste. (He's had big success with that formula.) You can check out the trailer to get a taste, and Rolling Stone notes that fans of the show Louie will find early echoes of his technique, "from the simple, French New Wave-esque camerawork to the outlandish humor that lands somewhere between surreal, awkward and grotesque." (More Louis CK stories.)

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