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CK easily made the best coming-of-age movie in years.
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"My girls and I make a lot of dark jokes together. In the upcoming season [of Louie], there’s a line from a conversation I had with my older girl. She was saying how whenever she sees a three-legged dog, it lifts her spirits, because three-legged dogs are wonderfully unaware that they have a malady. They just walk around, and they don’t give a shit. And I said, ‘You know, honey, they are lucky. But do you know the only thing luckier than a three-legged dog? A four-legged dog.’ And she really laughed. Whenever she laughs that hard at something dark? I know it’s good.”
Before Louis C.K. became America’s favorite auteur of twisted self-deprecation, he was just another comedian struggling to make ends meet. One of his early projects was a feature filmhe wrote, produced and directed in 1998, but was never able to get distributed.
Tomorrow Night, which features cameos by young Steve Carell, Amy Poehler, Wanda Sykes, J.B. Smoove and Conan O’Brien, is finally being made available for download on Wednesday — and it shows just how far C.K. has come over the years.
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Louis CK announcing the digital release of his first film ‘Tomorrow Night’
The 1998 movie will be available for sale tomorrow on his website for $5.
Trailer: Louis CK’s ‘Tomorrow Night' (1998)
CK revealed on ‘The Tonight Show’ last night that his first feature film, made in 1998, will be released on his website for purchase.