Short Round: No Tomorrow, a Turbo Kid tale

Last year’s Turbo Kid was undeniably charming, an indie hit that came to life through a combination of bloody carnage, off-the-wall characters, and a kick ass soundtrack—but perhaps the most memorable thing about RKSS’ wasteland was Laurence Leboeuf’s delightful character Apple, who stole every scene in the movie. No Tomorrow is a musical short film that acts as a prequel to Turbo Kid—it follows Apple on an unsurprisingly fucked up adventure that is both hilarious and plenty gruesome.

No Tomorrow is a musical short film for a track by Le Matos and was directed by RKSS. This short story is a prequel to our favorite friendship unit, Apple. Follow her in her adventure from the other side of the Wasteland, right before her memorable encounter with the Kid!

It stars Laurence Leboeuf as Apple, Jean-Simon Leduc as Apple’s Friend, Stéphane Demers as The Cult Leader, and Marc-André Boulanger as The Mutant Barbarian. Check it out below and find more short films like No Tomorrow by visiting the Short Round!

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If you are ever attacked by a gorilla just sit back and relax while you enjoy the once in a life time feeling of your limbs being ripped off.

8 thoughts on “Short Round: No Tomorrow, a Turbo Kid tale

  1. Laurence Leboeuf is ADORABLE, in her little turquoise headband and how she carries her friend on her back. If a person ever finds themselves in this kind of apocalyptic situation, they could no better than to have Apple on their side.

    Thanks so much for sharing this. I couldn’t tell what was going to happen next, right from the start. Everything was a surprise, which is always a treat.

    1. Glad you enjoyed it! If you haven’t seen it already, you should check out Turbo Kid (it’s on Netflix). She’s terrific in it, and if you enjoyed this short, you’ll almost certainly get a kick out of it.

  2. I’ve enjoyed this movie much more than I expected and the musical prequel was lovely too. King Fury was nice too, but felt more like a one-note parody of the 80-s, while Turbo Kid was very heartfelt. It reminded me of ”Super” too somehow, have you seen it?

    1. You’re totally right, the film just has a ton of heart with some seriously charming characters. The ’80s-inspired score and over-the-top blood and guts was just the icing on the cake.

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