Testimonials

“This is an incredible piece of work. Brave, honest, heartbreaking, and so so beautiful.”

Cat Greenleaf
Television personality and Host of NBC’s three-time Emmy-award-winning series Talk Stoop with Cat
Brooklyn, NY

Should Tomorrow Be is an incredibly touching movie. It’s a complete inspiration to see how Malini and her family rally to make the best out of an unfortunate situation. Having suffered a SCI in 2008, this situation is all too familiar. Thank you so much for documenting and sharing your experience.

David McCauley
Founder Rise Up Gallery and C6 Quadriplegic
Miami, FL

Should Tomorrow Be has definitely been the most touching film I have seen this year. It tells a story of love and hope, and Malini Goel films and narrates this story with so much sensitivity. But at the same time, she succeeds not to fall into the ‘tear trap’ and keeps a very rational and light tone. Perhaps because of her family’s medical background, the whole documentary is both very realistic and a beautiful love story! Thank you for sharing it, Malini!”

Vivian Wulff Borsani
Audience member, Evolution Mallorca International Film Festival 2014
Palma de Mallorca, Spain

The beauty of beginning a new life, the beauty of knowing how to fight the unexpected. Learning from others, the power of love and family unity, and above all the strength to continue fighting every minute and breath in life! Amazing … the film … provides hope to those who feel they are losing it and at the same time becomes a great learning experience for all of us.

Julie Tritaki
Athens, Greece