Wristcutters: A Love Story (2007), is written and directed by Goran Dukic and stars Patrick Fugit and Shannyn Sossamon. It is set in a strange afterlife way station that has been reserved for people who have committed suicide.
After Zia (Patrick Fugit) commits suicide by cutting his wrists, he finds himself in an afterlife limbo that is much the same as his former reality, just slightly worse: the colour is dim, there are no flowers, and no one can smile. This strange realm is populated by people who have committed suicide, such as Eugene (Shea Whigham), a Russian rocker who lives with his mother, father, and brother (all suicide victims). Much of the movie was shot on super-16 colour infrared film, which was produced specially by Kodak. The colour-shifts enhance the feel of the parallel world and add an unusual visual beauty. As the subject matter would suggest, this is no side splitting comedy, but it is a light hearted (and rather weird) journey through a bizarre tale of love, friendship, and the afterlife.