Afterwards

Afterwards

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Director: Gilles Bourdos

Cast: Gilles Bourdos, John Malkovich, Evangeline Lilly, Romain Duris

     
 
As helmed by Gilles Bourdos, this supernatural thriller - a Franco-German-Canadian co-production - continues John Malkovich's career-long tradition of playing offbeat, enigmatic figures with a menacing air. Romain Duris stars as Nathan Del Amico, an attorney doubly haunted by his past, as the survivor of a near-death experience as a child and a witness of his own baby

Overview

As helmed by Gilles Bourdos, this supernatural thriller - a Franco-German-Canadian co-production - continues John Malkovich's career-long tradition of playing offbeat, enigmatic figures with a menacing air. Romain Duris stars as Nathan Del Amico, an attorney doubly haunted by his past, as the survivor of a near-death experience as a child and a witness of his own baby's death. As a product of these crises, Nathan has buried himself in his work and now suffers from a bad case of familial estrangement from his separated wife Evangeline Lilly and little girl. Then the mysterious Dr. Kay (Malkovich) turns up, claiming that he has clairvoyant visions informing him when someone is about to die - a gift as a "messenger" that enables him to make each person's transition out of life a smooth and easy one. Suddenly, upon hearing Kay's claims, Nathan feels his death-laden memories double in intensity - and grows increasingly convinced that either he now stands on the verge of death, or that he has the same messenger abilities as Kay.

Product Details

Release Date:
10/27/2009
UPC:
0796019821681
Original Release:
2008
Rating:
NR
Source:
Weinstein Company
Region Code:
1
Time:
1:44:00

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Cast & Crew

Performance Credits
John Malkovich Doctor Kay
Evangeline Lilly Claire
Romain Duris Nathan Del Amico
Pascale Bussières Anna
Reece Daniel Thompson Jeremy
Sara Waisglass Tracey
Bruno Verdoni The Doctor
Joan Gregson Kay's Mother-in-Law
Mark Camacho Attorney
Robin Wilcock Attorney
Edward Yankie Attorney
Carlo Mestroni Attorney
Glenda Braganza Rachel
Leni Parker Admission Clerk
Henry Pardo Haitian Spokesman

Technical Credits
Gilles Bourdos Director,Screenwriter
Dirk Benhold Co-producer
Mario Davignon Costumes/Costume Designer
Christine de Jekel Executive Producer
Olivier Delbosc Producer
Valerie Deloof Sound/Sound Designer
Valerie Deseine Editor
Alexandre Desplat Score Composer
Marc Doisne Sound/Sound Designer
Christian Gagne Executive Producer
Cyril Holtz Sound/Sound Designer
Andrea Kenyon Casting
Christian Larouche Producer
Bing Lee Cinematographer
Pierre Mertens Sound/Sound Designer
Marc Missonnier Producer
Lee Pin-bing Cinematographer
Mark Ping Cinematographer
Mark Lee Ping-bing Cinematographer
Anne Pritchard Production Designer
Michel Spinosa Screenwriter

Scene Index

Disc #1 -- Afterwards
1. Rebirth [6:19]
2. Compensation [4:58]
3. Butting Heads [5:23]
4. Calling The Shots [5:17]
5. Checking In [5:32]
6. Messenger Of Death [3:27]
7. Unraveling [5:33]
8. Old Friends [3:35]
9. Truth [4:24]
10. Loving Care [3:44]
11. Blackout [5:03]
12. Mourning [7:57]
13. Chaos [4:15]
14. Reconciliation [4:25]
15. On A Mission [7:44]
16. Reality Check [4:09]
17. Dinner For Two [5:00]
18. Making Amends [5:54]
19. Here And Now [6:53]
20. Full Circle/End Titles [8:30]

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Afterwards 4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
TalulaJM More than 1 year ago
While I have not been a big fan of John Malkovich, I am a big fan of Romain Duris. The story, however, is what makes the film and John Malkovich is well cast. Since this is an English speaking role for French actor Romain Duris, this threw me a little at first. He is such a good actor though, that I really did not care. It was worth the whole film to hear him swearing in English. Evangeline Lilly is beautiful as always. In the story, JM plays a medical doctor who can see people who are going to die and finds RD's character. This seems strange at first, but as the story unfolds, we come to understand the real purpose of this. And the beauty of the story is that there is a purpose for this. It has a wonderful message.