Bill was a golden boy in the banking industry. He lived a good life in Los Angeles, had a nice house, a good job and a loving wife. Then he became greedy, lost everything and was sentenced to eight years in prison. Instead of giving up his freedom, he jumps on bail. While hiding, his former driver Luis finds him and offers to take him out of the country. But Bill has to wait a few days before the truck leaves. Luis brings Bill to Eddie's, a cheap Central American dive in downtown LA. There, Bill meets Angela, a free-spirited Latina. Bill has been on the run for weeks; He is depressed and suicidal. Angela offers to accept him when she realizes that he can not go anywhere. Bill always made it when he focused on the future, but is at the end of the present. He was always interested in the next big sale and bought a bigger house, a bigger car. He never learned to stop and enjoy the moment. His ambition and desire for more power and money made him overstretching his reach at the bank and eventually sentencing him to prison. Angela, on the other hand, lives in the present. She's not worried about tomorrow - she'll take care of it when it happens. She believes in living life to the fullest and experiencing everything as deeply and completely as possible. In her apartment, a "living scrapbook", Angela Bill sets out a completely new way of thinking. She explains how his actions at the bank had far-reaching consequences for other people he had never considered. She begins to show him how to live in the present and really feel things, not just a breeze through life that focuses on what will happen in the future. Angela points out to Bill that his problems were caused by the American way of life. For Angela, who had emigrated to the US from Nicaragua, a country devastated by civil war, everything she had or received was deeply appreciated. As a child, she had very little: The Contras had killed her parents and her grandmother pulled her. For Angela, the American way of life - running forever, looking for more money to buy more things, and pay more bills - seemed disconnected from life. She tells Bill that you have killed yourself for the future instead of enjoying what you had. For Angela, sex is another way of living in the present. Grown up in a traditional family with desires, Bill had sex with his wife once a week and stopped masturbating in college because he thought it was childish. Angela, on the other hand, believes that there is no reason not to find pleasure wherever she can. She wants to enjoy life as much as possible and finds the greatest physical pleasure in life through sex. It transcends Bill's sexual boundaries to open his mind to new experiences and focus on the present, not the future. Through Angela, Bill is forced to rethink his way of thinking and his old way of life. He deals with the excess of his American lifestyle and establishes the connection between prosperity and global politics. After confronting his ex-wife and strengthening her with Angela's generous spirit, he can leave his country and find a new life.
One of the most known movies produced by Philippe Diaz is Now & Later. Now & Later can look similar to other english movies you usually watch online, but it isn't similar. In the comparison to the other new movies, Now & Later is a true gold. I couldn't forget about the great cast, Luis Fernandez Gil and Keller Wortham really did their work perfectly. Now & Later was produced in United States and directed by Philippe Diaz. Enjoy watching, if you want to load your own subtitles you can do it in the player settings, you can also change quality to full hd.