Young couple Paul (Justin Long) and Anna (Christina Ricci) are toying with the prospect of marriage when they have a chance encounter with Eliot (Liam Neeson), a mysterious undertaker who claims he can speak with the dead. When Anna becomes caught in the otherworldly realm between life and death, she risks being buried alive. Will Eliot help her, or is he being driven by darker motivations?~Jason Buchanan
Delving into the After.Life: the art of making a trailer
Audio commentary with co-writer/director Agnieszka Wojtowicz-Vosloo
Somewhat of a disappointment but enjoyed the fine actors in this movie
No, I would not recommend this to a friend
Rating 4 out of 5 stars with 1 review
Interesting and well-made film.
This is a very interesting film. It touches on the horror category without actually getting there. Acting is uniformly good, with special kudos to Liam Neeson. Buyers should be aware that there is a great deal of nudity on the part of Ms. Ricci. She is a brave actress for having tackled this part.
Interesting premise: is Christina Ricci really dead or is her friendly-neighborhood mortician Liam Neeson just making her think that?
Justin Long has a smaller role as Ricci's husband (boyfriend?). This pulls you back and forth as you try to determine: is she actually dead or not? Eventually though, this gets a bit tiresome...