Voyeuristic Horror Movie
Release Date: April 09, 2010
Audience: Older teenagers and adults
Runtime: 97 minutes
Distributor: Anchor Bay Films/Starz LLC
Director: Agnieszka Wojtowicz-Vosloo
Executive Producer: None
Producer: William O. Perkins III
Address Comments To:Robert Clasen, Chairman/CEO
Starz LLC (Starz Entertainment, Overture Films, Anchor Bay Films)
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The movie opens with a young man, Paul, having an argument with his live-in girlfriend, Anna. Paul wants to propose to her so she can follow him to a new job in Chicago, but when he starts telling her about the new job, she thinks he wants to dump her.
Upset, Anna runs off and gets into a terrible traffic accident. She is pronounced dead but finds out at the funeral home she can still move around and even talk with the funeral director, Eliot. “I’m not dead,” she tells him. “That’s what they all say,” he replies.
Well, it turns out that Anna really is still alive. Paul also starts to believe she’s alive, but can he save her in time before she’s buried alive?
The ending to AFTER.LIFE is depressing. Also, there are numerous, often lengthy shots of Anna’s naked breasts as she lies on the mortician’s table or moves around. There is even a scene where Paul has a nightmare of a bloody wound running down the middle of Anna’s nude torso. Finally, the movie contains a scene of depicted sex between Anna and Paul as well as lots of strong foul language.
Clearly, the movie’s ending and its voyeurism, not to mention its bloody images and foul language, are abhorrent.
The ending to this macabre movie is depressing. Also, there are numerous, often lengthy shots of Anna’s naked torso throughout AFTER.LIFE. It also contains a sex scene and plenty of strong foul language. Clearly, the movie’s ending and voyeurism, not to mention its bloody violent images and foul language, are abhorrent.