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It is 1946 in Rome and we follow Delia, a woman who cares for everybody: her children, her ailing father-in-law and her rough, violent husband. Delia somehow continues to dream and remain upbeat while working multiple jobs and fulfilling everyone’s expectations but her own. There’s Still Tomorrow broke box-office records in Italy, beating Barbie and Oppenheimer for excellent reason. Writer, actor, and director Paola Cortellesi blends humour with charm, and drama with social history, creating a small modern-day masterpiece. Its themes are very contemporary while drawing on the rich wealth of Italian cinema history.