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Hereafter [Blu-ray]  [US Import]
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Genre master Clint Eastwood tries something different with the languid, introspective Hereafter--and succeeds (for the most part). All of the characters at the heart of Peter Morgan's screenplay, which has the feel of a European art film, have suffered a loss or survived an ordeal. They feel disconnected from those who can't relate, which is most everybody. George Lonegan (Matt Damon, Invictus), a Bay Area factory worker, developed psychic powers after a childhood illness but just wants to lead a normal life, despite his brother Billy's efforts to turn him into a John Edwards-like celebrity (Jay Mohr plays Billy). Marie LeLay (the versatile Cécile De France), a TV reporter, emerges unharmed from 2004's Indian Ocean earthquake, only to find her Parisian existence slipping away from her (the tsunami sequence that opens the film is frightfully convincing). And in London, soft-spoken 12-year-old Marcus (Frankie McLaren) loses his twin, Jason (George McLaren), only to end up in foster care. While George reaches out to a lovely, if insecure woman (the overly jittery Bryce Dallas Howard) he meets in a cooking class, Marie writes a book about her experience, and Marcus seeks spiritual guidance. In a Babel-like turn of events, all three find themselves in the United Kingdom, where they cross paths, but what sounds contrived plays out in a surprisingly believable fashion. Eastwood and Morgan (The Queen) don't presume to know what happens after death, suggesting instead that those who search for answers deserve something other than disrespect and derision. --Kathleen C. Fennessy --This text refers to the DVD edition.
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Don't watch it if you think when life is over it is like the switch being turned off. You will only get irritated.
But if you experienced something that made you question the official science's stance on the afterlife, or may be your very, very deep feeling tells you modern science doesn't know everything, perhaps you should watch this. It is a story of several different people influenced by experiences they can't explain or fully understand. They brush against each other by some strange coincidence and this interaction helps them to deal with their feelings and their lives.
I love the entwining of stories and not really knowing where it would lead.
The subject matter and contrast of character lives interesting too.
Watch it, you won't be disappointed.
Matt Damon plays this character very well.
The film comes together just nicely as it goes along.
I've watched it twice now.
It improves with a second look.
First time I saw it, a few years ago, I wasn't too sure about watching it again.
I was wrong, it gets better with a second look.
First time I think I was expecting something that just wasn't there.
This time, I saw it for what it is, and it is in my humble opinion a good movie.
Clint Eastwood is just such an immense film maker.
Long may he continue.
Overall, it was okay but really needed a much stronger plot to be a favourite that you would return to.
Such a well made film from Director Clint Eastwood.
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