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Eric Brainard 6 months ago
Beautiful. The movie is poetic asking deep questions. Ends for speculation. Cruel Mom.
Michael Cole 2 years ago
Could have been interesting, but wasn't
Jorge over 6 years ago
Good cast, bad movie. I thought it too open ended. Some scenes don't make sense..
Little B Anne almost 7 years ago
A very european approach to filmmaking. Leaves unanswered questions, but is enjoyable
Justinas Jarukaitis over 1 year ago
Courtney Bess over 1 year ago
Kayley Sage almost 2 years ago
Scott Hume over 3 years ago
Victoria Roe 4 years ago
Kari H almost 5 years ago
Alexis Kennedy over 5 years ago
Zer0 Squared 6 years ago
Luis Camarena over 6 years ago
Joe Atamaniuk over 6 years ago
Randy Dumont almost 7 years ago
Patricia Ramos almost 7 years ago
Jake Barlow almost 7 years ago
Nathan T. almost 7 years ago
Josh Wiljanen almost 7 years ago
After.Life is a 2009 American horror film starring Liam Neeson, Christina Ricci and Justin Long, directed by Agnieszka Wójtowicz-Vosloo from her original screenplay. Middle school teacher, Anna Taylor (Christina Ricci), is unhappy with her life. She has a selfish, unloving mother, Beatrice (Celia Weston), and a boyfriend, Paul Coleman (Justin Long), who cannot seem to figure her out. A corpse is in the process of being prepared for a funeral; the man preparing the corpse speaks to it mysteriously, but cheerily. He takes a photo, and the scene fades. Anna is introduced along with Paul, as they finish having sex. She appears unaffected and cold, while he is frustrated with her lack of interest. Later, after school, a young boy she teaches, Jack (Chandler Canterbury), asks her as she is leaving to the funeral, if he could come along. He says his mother, who had neglected to pick him up from school, would not mind. Confused, she attempts to explain that funerals are a personal occasion....
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