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Jennifer • Oct 22, 2009 • Films, News

“After.Life” will have its world premiere on Saturday, November 7th in Los Angeles as part of the “AFIFEST 2009”! You can learn more about the festival at AFI.com

When are the dead in fact dead? In its pleasure at simultaneously embracing and sending up horror genre conventions, AFTER.LIFE suggests that the line between the living and the dead is thin indeed. Christina Ricci and Justin Long (fast earning a reputation as the busiest man in American movies) play a sophisticated couple on the emotional razor’s edge: Paul wants to tie the knot, while Anna is hardly ready for the leap. What neither count on is the sudden presence in their lives of Liam Neeson’s undertaker, Eliot, who claims to have a gift of talking with the dead. The truth of the matter is something that first-time feature director Agnieska Wojtowicz-Vosloo—fresh off her acclaimed short, PATE—enjoys toying with. But the most fun is watching Neeson discovering fresh variations on a ghoulish role of the kind that was once the province of Vincent Price.

One Response to ““After.Life” World Premiere”


October 22, 09 • 6:32 am

Finally! I hope this means the trailer will be out soon as well as it being shown across theatres. It’s just too bad it’s has not been released for the Halloween time. I am sure it would have done wonders at the box office (but that is because I believe lack of finding a distributor).