Hereafter (2010)

While I think this is terrific film making, I'm pretty dismayed with the message it promotes: we can hear from the dead. If we believe this, then we open ourselves up to extortion, theological heresy, and a life that can be interfered with by the dead.

The film itself tells of the struggle of three individuals all connected to this otherworldly dimension. One is a medium who wishes he could turn off his dead person sense. Another is a boy who tragically loses his twin in an accident and longs to hear from him. The last is a woman who dies momentarily and comes back to life and seeks answers to the things she remembers seeing.

Kudos to the tsunami creators - stunning sequence.

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