In Japan, the dead wait for a week in limbo, as a heavenly film crew asks them to pick just one memory from their lives that they want to take with them to the next.

Sounds interesting... but it ain't. After Life is so boring despite its intriguing possibilities, mainly because the bulk of the film involves these angel-types figuring out how best to make short films re-enacting these fond memories. Say what? Baffling doesn't equal fascinating, guys.

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