“A Good Enough Day” delves into the intricacies of human connection, loss, and redemption with a poignant narrative that resonates long after the credits roll. This emotionally charged drama explores the transformative power of reconciliation and the profound impact of neglected relationships.

Central to the film’s success is the powerhouse performances delivered by the cast, particularly the lead actor portraying Tyler Hamilton. His portrayal captures the nuances of internal conflict with subtlety and depth, allowing the audience to empathize with his journey of self-discovery and redemption.

“A Good Enough Day” is a testament to the power of great storytelling to illuminate the intricacies of the human experience.

Rick Montgomery Casting Director (Greenbook, There’s Something About Mary)

2024 · Drama · 83 MIN

Directed by Trevor St. John

Written by Brett Clothier-Sharman, Graham Sharman, Trevor St. John

Produced by Don Hamilton, Lorna St. John and Jennifer Gatts

In a single day, photographer Tyler Hamilton attempts to overcome guilt and heartache in hopes of redeeming a decade of mistakes.


Synopsis: For 10 years, photographer Tyler Hamilton has lived only through his work.  Since the loss of his son, he has let all the relationships that should have helped heal him, atrophy. Now he himself faces death, and on what is planned to be his final day, he realizes he should try to reach out to people he has neglected – especially his grown daughter – at least to prepare them for what he intends to do. But in his attempt, he is dealt an unexpected truth.  His daughter is in crisis, and his neglect has made it worse.


Trevor St. John

Trevor St. John

Josh Wingate

Josh Wingate