Abstract Jonathan Ellis: "After Life" (review). This is an analysis of Hirokazu Kore-eda’s second film, After Life (1998),a cinema lover’s view of what might happen in heaven were a film crew in charge rather than a host of guardian angels. The film is examined within the context of Kore-eda's career as a documentary filmmaker as well as within contemporary debates about the process of experiencing cinematic images.
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