Synopsis by Mark Deming
Two musician are going to fall in love, but they don't know it yet in this romantic drama from France. Catherine (Amira Casar) is a woman trying to get a break as a singer in Paris; she also finds out that she's pregnant, which is not good news, since she's not having much luck getting gigs and doesn't have a husband. While Catherine's friend Consuelo (Laura Del Sol) tries to help her through a difficult time, Eric (Philippe Torreton) is trying to make ends meet as a construction worker in Prague, though his ambition is to play the cello. Eric is stuck in an unhappy marriage, and longs to get away to someplace where he can be free to focus on his music. Eric and Catherine's paths seem destined to cross, but when and where will it ever happen? Tot ou Tard is structured around a rather unusual storytelling device -- it's narrated by Catherine's unborn child.