After Life

After Life - Morgan 2 Cassie Morgan College Writing:...

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Morgan 2 Cassie Morgan College Writing: LIT-100-047 Professor Warfield 10 September 2007 After Life is a moving movie that follows the supposed ordeal of what happens after a person dies. Contrary to popular belief, as written according to the director Hirokazu Kore-eda, all who die go through a weeklong process of choosing only one memory from their entire life to have recreated into a short film and then viewed at the end of the week. Once the deceased have viewed their memory on film, they immediately move on to another world where they spend all of eternity reliving their memory day after day. There are many different behaviors or beliefs presented in the movie After Life , but the most predominate belief is that detail is everything. A value that the movie After Life seems to portray well is one of detail. The three-day process of choosing one fond memory that one will relive forever is not a simple task. The company takes the first three days of the week, Monday through Wednesday, to help the newly deceased choose a memory that they want to spend
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