Today Maybe

Miguel (33 years old) is a single man who lives a melancholy life in a filthy apartment in Buenos Aires surrounded by his equally dirty house pets (dogs and cats). From Monday to Friday he rides his bicycle to work across the city. He works as a clerk at lawyer’s office answering the phone, filing, and running errands. Miguel keeps himself in very good shape, he does not drink or eat refined flour and sugar, but he detests each and every single aspect of his life. When he sleeps, dreams, wakes up, eats, and rides the bike he experiences the same tedium and discontent as he does when going about his clerical work. Following his psychoanalyst’s advice, he keeps a journal where he records his dreams every morning, as well as other thoughts and feelings he has throughout the day.
But one fine day, after waking up feeling the same old tedium and resignation, a series of unexpected events and coincidences gives him the chance to make a radical change in his life and to meet the woman of his dreams.

  • Sergio Corach
  • Sergio Corach
  • Pablo Maurette
  • Sergio Corach
  • Sergio Corach
    Key Cast
  • Ezequiel Ludueña
    Key Cast
    El Angel Lito; Historias de cronopios y de famas
  • Luciana Rizzo
    Key Cast
  • Luciana Sáez
    Key Cast
  • Alejandro Padin
    Director of photography and Camera
  • Oscar Currás
  • Project Title (Original Language):
    Quizás hoy
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  • Runtime:
    1 hour 17 minutes 26 seconds
  • Completion Date:
    October 1, 2015
  • Production Budget:
    4,000 USD
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  • Film Color:
    Black & White and Color
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  • Student Project:
    Ciudad Autonoma de Buenos Aires, Argentina
    April 15, 2016
    World Premiere
Director Biography - Sergio Corach

Sergio Corach was born in 1978 in Buenos Aires where he still lives. He graduated from film school in 1999. He has directed several short films and music videos.

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Director Statement

"Today Maybe" is my first feature film as well as an artistic confession about my defeat. Intended to be a vindication of the defeat.