“A comedy about love, and winter, and banana sauce.

Premiering on VOD across Canada November 23rd!

Iris DelaCruz meets Simon Friesen in the depths of coldest Canadian winter. This initiates an energetic, fun, sexy affair – complete with all the passion and intensity of a 20 something infatuation. But while he’s away on a trip, she hooks up with some other boys on a dating app, and things become significantly more complicated.

Iris DelaCruz meets Simon Friesen in the depths of coldest Canadian winter. This initiates an energetic, fun, sexy affair – complete with all the passion and intensity of a 20 something infatuation. But while he’s away on a trip, she hooks up with some other boys on a dating app, and things become significantly more complicated.

Globe & Mail

“Delightfully romantic… a fun, big-hearted time”
-Barry Hertz, Globe & Mail

Screen Debaters podcast

“It works its way into your heart, and stays there”
-Michael Petrow, Screen Debaters podcast

CJSW radio

“So much fun… I highly recommend going to see it!”
-Tyra Sanderson, CJSW radio

Cinema Axis

“Hera Nalam delivers a sensational breakout turn as Iris. She is the heart and soul of the film and brings a delicate mixture of vulnerability and inner strength to the role.”
-Courtney Small, Cinema Axis

Virgin Radio 103.1FM

“[Hera Nalam] is a star. She’s unbelievable!… I think we’re sitting on a hit here.”
-Ace Burpee, Virgin Radio 103.1FM

Global TV

“A true love story… nailed it!”
-Global TV

Q104FM Radio

“It’s Amazing”
-Pamela Roz, Q104FM Radio

CBC Radio

“I watched this movie last week, and it is fantastic!”
-Nadia Kidwai, CBC Radio

CKJS radio

“This movie is a breath of fresh air, it’s amazing… go see it!”
-Chester Pangan, CKJS radio

Filipino Journal

“Not to be missed!”
-Rod Cantiveros, Filipino Journal

CHQR Global Radio

“Fun and funny… check it out.”
-CHQR Global Radio, Calgary

National Post

“A gentle, sympathetic portrait of new love” ☆ ☆ ☆ ☆
-Chris Knight, National Post

The Province

“It probably shouldn’t work as smoothly or enjoyably as it does. But it does.”
-The Province

The Chronicle Herald

“It’s Wonderful”
-The Chronicle Herald

The Filipino Inquirer

“Groundbreaking”
-The Filipino Inquirer

CTV Morning Live

“Love, laughs, heartache and then more laughs!”
-CTV Morning Live

Winnipeg Sun

“Energetic, fun and sexy”
-Winnipeg Sun

Winnipeg Free Press

“Rom-com done right!”
-Randall King, Winnipeg Free Press

CBC Radio

“I watched this movie last week, and it is fantastic!”
-Nadia Kidwai, CBC Radio

Filipino Journal

“Not to be missed!”

-Rod Cantiveros, Filipino Journal

CKJS radio

“This movie is a breath of fresh air, it’s amazing… go see it!”

-Chester Pangan, CKJS radio

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I PROPOSE WE NEVER SEE EACH OTHER AGAIN AFTER TONIGHT is the newest film from award-winning filmmaker, Sean Garrity: The filmmaker behind MY AWKWARD SEXUAL ADVENTURE and BOREALIS, his films have been awarded around the world, been sold in 30 countries and translated into 15 languages.

I PROPOSE WE NEVER SEE EACH OTHER AGAIN AFTER TONIGHT is the newest film from award-winning filmmaker, Sean Garrity: The filmmaker behind MY AWKWARD SEXUAL ADVENTURE and BOREALIS, his films have been awarded around the world, been sold in 30 countries and translated into 15 languages.

Hera Nalam is an up-and-coming Winnipeg-based actress who unlocked her love and passion for acting when she moved to Canada 9 years ago. She is actively involved in the theatre community in Winnipeg, and has been seen in multiple productions including Romeo & Juliet (Pocketfrock Theatre Productions), Quest (Meraki Theatre Productions), Torn Through Time (Manitoba Theatre for Young People), Timon of Athens (Shakespeare in the Ruins), Time & The Conways, Concord Floral, Rosencrantz & Guildenstern Are Dead (University of Winnipeg).

Hera is also a singer-songwriter & has recorded her original music, which is available on Spotify and Apple Music.

I PROPOSE WE NEVER SEE EACH OTHER AGAIN AFTER TONIGHT is Hera’s first film.

Kristian Jordan is a Winnipeg-based actor/playwright/creator, and a graduate of the University of Winnipeg honours program for performance. As an actor in theatre he has worked for many of the professional stages across Winnipeg, including the Royal Manitoba Theatre Centre, Prairie Theatre Exchange, and Manitoba Theatre for Young People, Winnipeg Jewish Theatre, Shake- speare in the Ruins, and has had the opportunity to perform in schools and communities across Northern Manitoba and Ontario on five regional tours.

He recently appeared as Romeo in Romeo and Juliet (SIR), and Wilf in Prairie Nurse (PTE). He is a member of the Emerging Playwrights Unit with Prairie Theatre Exchange and the Manitoba Association of Playwrights. His most recent script, Red Earth, was written with playwright Rick Chafe and produced by One Trunk Theatre and Theatre Projects Manitoba.

His recent screen credits include Burden of Truth and JT Leroy.

Currently starring in “SIX The Musical” on Broadway, I PROPOSE WE NEVER SEE EACH OTHER AGAIN AFTER TONIGHT is Andrea’s first film. She previously starred in SIX at the Chicago Shakespeare Theater; the American Repertory Theater; The Citadel Theatre and The Ordway Center for the Performing Arts. 

Born and raised in Winnipeg, Canada and a graduate of CCPA (Victoria, Canada). Some of her previous theatre credits include: Canadian productions of HEATHERS THE MUSICAL, AVENUE Q, MISS SAIGON, and PRAIRIE NURSE.

“Let’s face it: the Canadian film industry has produced lots of films people aren’t particularly interested in seeing. So you’ve got to hand it to Sean Garrity…[he] has a track record for making films that break through.”

-Randall King, Winnipeg Free Press

“I Propose We Never See Each Other Again After Tonight plays out as a gentle, sympathetic portrait of new love, the ways it can go wrong, our attempts to set it right, and how the best-laid plans can sometimes cause more damage than any conscious attempt at romantic sabotage. It’s also nice that the mixed-race relationship in the film is never openly remarked upon as such – except here by me; sorry!

You’d think that people would have had enough of silly love stories, but look around you and you’ll see it isn’t so. ’Cause here they go again. And it’s wonderful.” 

 -Chris Knight, National Post