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Based on true story, ‘Any Day Now’ explores gay adoption

Any Day Now

This year ends on an especially high note for LGBT film with “Any Day Now” (Music Box Films), starring out actor Alan Cumming as Rudy, a gay West Hollywood man who must deal with a prejudicial and antiquated court system as he attempts to adopt a boy with Down syndrome in 1979.

Cumming gives the performance of his career and even has the opportunity to sing a couple of numbers in the movie. 

“Any Day Now” is written and directed by straight filmmaker Travis Fine, an Atlanta native, based on an original screenplay by George Arthur Bloom.