|I wanna work with Clint Eastwood, even if serving coffee! I must somehow be near him and learn from his incredible directing expertise! LOL I would have a blast, I'm sure|
Clint Eastwood's Hereafter considers the idea of an afterlife with tenderness and a gentle tact. The film is quiet, gorgeous and contemplative, unlike his previous recent works -- that have a clean, devastating force, like "Million dollar Baby" and "Grand Torino".
Eastwood focuses more on the "here" than on the "after" to remind us that we must live the lives we know and not count on anything beyond the horizon.
The story is open ended. According to the writer Peter Morgan (The Queen), he didn't want answers, he wanted to ask questions. And it really works!
Hereafter is touching, it’s real, without being cheesy. Only my favorite living director could achieve that so well!
Check a cool review about the film here.
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