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George is a psychic who can communicate with the dead but has given it up. Marie has had a near death experience where she thinks she saw a vision of the afterlife. Poor Marcus’s twin brother was killed in a tragic accident. Hereafter follows the story of all three as each tries to cope with death and understand what happens afterwords. As they search for answers and healing, the paths of the three strangers will finally cross.

ClearPlay In Action!

Clearplay trims around twenty instances of language and religious exclamations, including the ‘F’ word, which is seemingly obligatory in PG–13 movies these days. An immodestly dressed woman is also trimmed along with a couple of disturbing images. With ClearPlay, this movie would be appropriate for teens and up.

Will I Fall Asleep Here, After?…

Excluding the five minutes of tsunami footage at the beginning, Hereafter is one of the most ploddingly paced movies I have ever seen. I waited for it to shift into high gear, but Director Clint Eastwood kept it in second the whole way. The actors are solid with the understated drama, most of it at the beginning, and the movie affirms that there is a life after this one, but if you need to use the bathroom during the show, there is really no reason to pause your ClearPlay player. You won’t miss much.

Brian Fuller—ClearPlay Senior Sensitive
Rated PG-13 for mature thematic elements including disturbing disaster and accident images, and for brief strong language.; 129 min; Directed By Clint Eastwood
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