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Afterward

Afterward is a movie starring Bassam Aramin and Ofra Bloch. Afterward delves into the secret wounds carried by victims as well as victimizers, through testimonies ranging from the horrifying to the hopeful.

Running Time
1 hours 35 minutes
Quality
480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Genres
Documentary
Director
Ofra Bloch
Writer
Jack Riccobono, Ofra Bloch, Michael J. Palmer
Actors
Ofra Bloch, Bassam Aramin
Country
USA
Year
2018
Audio Languages
Deutsch, English, Français, Italiano, Español, Svenska, Gaeilge, Nederlands
Subtitles
日本語, Čeština, Tiếng Việt, Português, 한국어, Australia, Filipino, हिन्दी

Afterward delves into the secret wounds carried by victims as well as victimizers, through testimonies ranging from the horrifying to the hopeful.

Comments about documentary «Afterward» (7)

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Mary

I'm a filmmaker, and I was quite stunned at how well this film was made. The film is very beautiful and all, but I felt it was missing some emotional connection to the viewer. Also, I was struck by the fact that the filmmakers are Canadian and not American, but they make the effort to make a documentary and are American. In fact, the film was made in Canada, and the documentary footage is made in the United States. I feel that's a good sign. Another issue that I had was that there were a few missing scenes, but the film was so much longer than I expected. I thought the documentary footage could have been longer as well. Finally, I felt the film was very biased in favor of the writers. I don't know how it happened, but the film makers were more interested in supporting the writers than their own cause. I think the filmmakers could have done a much better job, but this film is definitely worth watching.

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Sean Munoz

I like this movie. It's been a while since I've seen it, but I really enjoyed it. It was entertaining, funny, and a little bit scary. If you like horror movies, you'll like it. It's worth the watch.

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Tammy C.

If you have a chance to see it, it is definitely worth it! I've seen this film before, but I didn't know about it at the time. But this time, I had to see it for myself. I don't think I could have come up with a better description for the documentary! It is definitely not just about the work of Joe Greene, but about his family and friends as well. Joe was the first African-American to be elected to the Washington, DC Mayor's office and his death in 1995, almost 3 years after this film was made, is still a very sad day in DC, but I don't think that he could have been happier. I have to say that the film itself was also very well made, although I have to say that the acting in it was not very good. I think that it was a very strong and emotional film, but it was also very depressing, and that's something that a lot of documentaries have difficulty with. The documentary showed the rise and fall of Joe Greene's career, and also his friends and family. It was very inspiring and very real. I also think that it was also very interesting, because the film was made so long ago, but the memories of the documentary still remain. This documentary was made in 1995, and Joe Greene's death still doesn't really change the people's minds about him. I think that the documentary shows how his death has affected his friends and family. I think that the film was very well made, but it is still not very good. It's not the best documentary I have ever seen, but it is still a good documentary.

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Mary

This is a great film about the evolution of the rock music scene in the 60s and 70s. The film is based on interviews with many people in the industry who were involved in the scene, as well as interviews with the people who actually did the actual work. It is an interesting look at what the industry was like back then and what it was like to be a rock star. The film is very informative and the interviews are very entertaining. There are some great stories, including a great interview with the legendary Tommy Thayer. This film is worth seeing.

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Samuel Reyes

The film "A Man Called Horse" is an interesting look at a topic that has become a bit of a fad in the United States. The film's director, William H. Macy, interviewed a number of people involved with the film, and I can't help but wonder if the film would have been better off as a documentary. I'm not saying it would have been better, but it would have been interesting to see more of the people involved. Macy has a lot of information to work with, but the film could have benefited from more interviews. The film is well worth a look, but I wouldn't recommend it to anyone who hasn't seen the documentary "Animal Farm."

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Sean Schmidt

I haven't heard anything about this movie in some time, so I thought I'd give it a chance. It's a really interesting film. It's based on an article by Paul Taylor, a retired military commander and former CIA agent, who describes his experiences in Afghanistan during the early years of the war there. Taylor's experiences were filmed by a local journalist named John Kaczmarek, who has since died. Taylor's book is a surprisingly candid and detailed account of his time in Afghanistan, and his experience of being in the field during the time when America was using the country as a front line for the war on terror. Taylor's account was quite detailed, and I thought it was interesting to hear some of the stories he heard, which were really hard to believe. Kaczmarek's book is the more detailed account of his experience, which is what I'd recommend watching, and the story is also told from Taylor's perspective. The movie has a few minor flaws, but it is definitely worth watching. The filmmakers and the subjects of the film have done an excellent job at bringing these stories to the screen. The filmmakers are also keeping the history of the country and the events in the film very accurate, so you will be able to follow the events closely. It's a very interesting film, and it's definitely worth watching.

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Deborah

I've read a number of comments on this film and I agree with most of them, but I would add some of my own personal observations. The two main points I'd like to make are that the action in the film was better done than in "Dances with Wolves" and that the first half of the film was more interesting than the second. The second half was the only part of the film that was "interesting". The first half of the film is an analysis of the origins of the modern "Yellow Peril" with a focus on the "Crimson Peril" in 1885 and the "Red Peril" in 1905. It is interesting to note that the "Yellow Peril" in 1905 is portrayed as a war between two nations, with the Union as the good guys and the Confederacy as the bad guys. I agree that the film is historically accurate and does a good job of showing the different people that were involved in the hunt for the first black bear in the United States. It is a fascinating film that I would recommend to people who are interested in the history of the frontier.