Vincent Detours & Dominique Henry

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I'll get better tomorrow

Written and directed by
Vincent Detours & Dominique Henry

Dominique Henry

Dominique Henry & Vincent Detours

Luc Plantier assisted by Aurélie Nolf et Thomas Vanthuyne

Sound editing
Arnould Chapel "Hill"

Sound mixing
Luc Thomas

Color balance
Hervé Vander Heyden

Philippe Cotte, Aurélie Nolf, Agnès Murebwayire

Felipe De La Fuente, Milena Bochet, Rui Abitbol, Rifat Ahmad

Julien Sigalas

The subtitling company

Executive producer
Denis Delcampe, Need Productions

Production assistants
Marie Galipienso, Philippe Cotte

Associate producers
Mille et une productions, Edouard Mauriat; Arte; RTBF, Télévision Belge; CBA, Centre de l’Audiovisuel à Bruxelles

With the support of
La Fondation contre le cancer; l'ASBL Ensemble pas-à-pas; l'ASBL Een Häerz fir kriibskrank Kanne; L'ASBL l'Envol; Lions -Vaincre le cancer (Luxembourg); Weyth Pharmaceuticals; Novartis Oncology


centre du cinéma et de l'audiovisuel de la Communauté française de Belgique et des télédistributeurs Wallons; Loterie Nationale de la région Bruxelles-Capitale; Centre National de la Cinématographie; Procirep; l'ANGOA

"The field" by Chris Brokaw - Album "Red cities", ©Bug Music


Other titles
Demain j'irai mieux; Morgen ben ik weer beter; Morghen geht's mir besser; Starò meglio domani; Mañana estaré mejor; 明天我就好些了


2009, 92 min, 16/9, color, digital BetaCam. French, English, Portugese, Urdu. Subtitled versions in Chinese, English, Dutch, German, French, Italian and Spanish. DVD available at DVDOC.

Axelle, Hugo, Kareem and Victor have a cancer. They stand up to the ordeals of the treatments with the help of their loving parents and of the medical team that is as warm-hearted as it is professional. Their struggle takes us into the world of advanced medicine, rough and sophisticated at the same time, which perform miracles but cannot accomplish everything. During a period of over 18 months, 'I’ll get better tomorrow' follows the course of the treatment, from the diagnosis to how the treatments affect the various aspects of human experience: the functioning of the body, death, revolt, gentleness and the exuberant spontaneity of childhood.

DVD sales –
The film + 1 hour of bonuses with subtittles in English, Dutch, German, French and Spanish is available from DVDOC.

TV Broadcasts –
Arte, RTBF1.

Anasy Documentary Awards (United Arabes Emirates); Kos International Health Film Festival (Greece); Faito Doc Festival (Italy); Festival Image et Santé (Belgium).

Roshd International Film Festival (Iran); Beirut International Film festival (Libanon); Mostra de Ciencia e Cinema (Spain); Festival du Film Francophone de Namur (Belgium); Festival du Film Scientifique de Oullins (France); Traces de Vie (France).


pdf Press kit

pdf Persons and institutions involved in the shooting

pdf Poster by Olivier Swenne and the official poster