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Genre Thriller
Running Time 129 min
MPAA rating PG-13
Release Date Oct 22, 2010
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Three people set out on a spiritual journey after death touches their lives in different ways. George (Matt Damon) is a construction worker in San Francisco who can communicate with the dead. French reporter Marie LeLay (Cécile de France) has a supernatural vision after nearly dying in the 2004 Indian Ocean tsunami. Meanwhile, a London schoolboy suffers the loss of the person closest to him.

Matt Damon George
Cécile De France Marie
Nicholas Pryor Billy
Bryce Howard Melanie
Frankie McLaren Marcus/Jason
George McLaren Marcus/Jason
Thierry Neuvic Didier
Marthe Keller Dr. Rousseau
Sir Derek Jacobi Himself

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Oct 31, 2010 - tulefogg on Hereafter

When I saw that Clint Eastwood was involved with this movie and that Matt Damon was the star, I wanted to see this movie. I realize that you can't really tell a story about the hereafter, but I thought it would be biased on what people have actually experienced. At times it jumped around so much that it was difficult to keep track of what was happening. I think they gave to much time to Ms. DeFrance (Marie). I wish the story would have be written about the little boy and his experiences. He was a very good actor and I hope to see more of him in the future. I do have to say it was different.

Oct 25, 2010 - DellR on Hereafter
Exquisite work by Eastwood

Eastwood carefully weaves a tale of 3 people whose lives are affected by death and the hereafter. You know where the story is going, but each story is delivered with careful and meticulous details about each character. You can't rush through this movie; you have to savor every nuance in order to be satisfied with where the movie actually ends. Matt Damon is a star, yet you feel you see more Ms. DeFrance (Marie), as well as McLaren(Marcus/Jason, the boy) both of whom share and shine equally. A fine movie, a job well done by all.

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