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The Aftermath

The Aftermath is a movie starring Keira Knightley, Ned Wills, and Pandora Colin. Post World War II, a British colonel and his wife are assigned to live in Hamburg during the post-war reconstruction, but tensions arise with the...

Other Titles
Egy háború margójára, Svetimi namai, W domu innego, U tudjoj kući, El día que vendrá, La conseguenza, Viviendo con el enemigo, O Dia a Seguir, Niemandsland - The Aftermath, Coeurs ennemis, Μετά την καταστροφή, Sonra, Consequências, モーガン夫人の秘密
Running Time
1 hours 48 minutes
480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Drama, Romance, War
James Kent
Rhidian Brook, Anna Waterhouse, Joe Shrapnel, Rhidian Brook
Pandora Colin, Jason Clarke, Keira Knightley, Ned Wills
USA, Germany, UK
Audio Languages
日本語, اللغة_العربية, English, Deutsch, Français, Italiano, Español, Svenska, Gaeilge, Nederlands
Japanese, اللغة_العربية, Čeština, Tiếng Việt, Português, 한국어, Australia, Filipino, हिन्दी

Set in postwar Germany in 1946, Rachael Morgan (Keira Knightley) arrives in the ruins of Hamburg in the bitter winter, to be reunited with her husband Lewis (Jason Clarke), a British colonel charged with rebuilding the shattered city. But as they set off for their new home, Rachael is stunned to discover that Lewis has made an unexpected decision: They will be sharing the grand house with its previous owners, a German widower (Alexander Skarsgård) and his troubled daughter. In this charged atmosphere, enmity and grief give way to passion and betrayal.

Comments about drama «The Aftermath» (24)

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Betty Schmidt

For once, I thought the film was excellent. I loved the locations, the acting, the story. The picture of people in WWI, including the mental disorders.the romance.the conflict.the strong emotional connections. I can't say enough about the picture, the acting, the story. I just can't help but think that if you're reading this, I would really enjoy this movie. You've already seen it, and I can't wait to see it again. A good story, great acting, great soundtrack, great sound effects, and the most important, beautiful cinematography. Thank you Mr. Knightley, thank you Mr. Diaz, thank you Mr. George for taking the chance to make this film.

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At the end of the day, this film is a love story. It has a good ending and the characters all work well together. It also has a good message about life and death. I can't really recommend this film to people who are expecting a modern war film, or if you have never seen an Asian war film. It is a nice film for people who want to know about the war and the emotions it can leave you with. The story is very complex and well told, the cinematography is very good, and the acting is very good. I recommend this film to people who enjoy war films, and who want to see a film that is not a "happy ending" film.

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Vincent Watkins

Titled "Walking Through the Dust", this film tells the story of two couples that go through a process of moving from one place to another and some of the consequences of the "moving" that go along with it. The first couple, of course, is Lenny and Janice (Paula Patton and Anna Kendrick). They are a young couple who have a newborn baby and have no income. They are basically on the verge of losing their home and in need of financial assistance. But things go from bad to worse when their neighbor, Jack (Paul Dano) takes a liking to the baby. He feels sorry for Jack's situation and decides to help him out with the baby's care. After a few days of helping Jack, the couple starts getting into some difficulties in their own household. Things get worse when their two kids start getting in trouble. There are so many questions that come up about the process of "moving" and what happens to a couple's life once they are away from home. It's a fascinating subject and is told in a very engaging way. There are also some well-written characters in the film, some of which aren't even voiced. Paul Dano does a great job of being the sort of neighbor who feels sorry for a guy who has no choice but to help his neighbors. His role is well-played by a talented actor. There is also a good supporting cast that includes: Alia Shawkat, Bruce Greenwood, Paul Dano, and Kaya Scodelario. I think that the acting in this film is very well-done. It's not perfect, but it is very good. There are a lot of laughs and there are a lot of character developments. I give this film an 8/10. It's worth seeing and I recommend it to any film-loving audience. It's a good film that is a little different from the other movies that are out.

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Ralph Ruiz

Director Todd Field (Star Wars: Episode VI - Return of the Jedi) and screenwriter Richard LaGravenese (the screenplay for Terminator Salvation) have combined for an interesting, unique and gripping movie that provides insight into the continuing aftermath of the Vietnam War. However, this is a movie that is more about war than war itself. The events of the movie are so intense and so politically charged that they should be viewed by all viewers regardless of their political leanings. The movie is a series of flashbacks that go back and forth between the Vietnam War and Vietnam II. It focuses on the life of Major Charles A. Young (Christian Bale) a decorated combat soldier who was a major in Vietnam. Charles is forced to return to the States after the Vietnam War has ended and he is deployed to Vietnam. His next mission is to kill a VC leader (John Hurt) in Vietnam. He returns home to his wife (Kate Bosworth) and their two children. However, his son (Owen Wilson) is now an adult and is starting to understand that his father has changed. In Vietnam, Charles learns that his wife is now pregnant with his child. The children are not aware of his war service but it becomes clear to him that he has to help his father. In Vietnam, Charles is fighting the war. He is now a battle hardened soldier who has experienced numerous combat missions. He and his fellow soldiers have become ruthless killers. Their actions and decision-making are very similar to the actions of the Vietcong and the Vietcong themselves. They are completely ruthless. Charles now must figure out a way to win his son back from his mother's feelings. The Vietnamese are now making themselves known. The American soldiers are becoming a symbol of the Vietnam War and it is an emotional and violent time. Major Young is now trying to do the right thing by his country. The war in Vietnam has made Charles more hardened than he had ever been. In Vietnam, the Vietnamese are now trying to help him. His father (Robert Duvall) and his son are becoming more ruthless and violent. The film has a very dark tone that is well matched by the intensity of the movie. The film has a very real and intense tone. It is a very emotional movie. I think that this is a movie that is important for all audiences, both those who have served in the military and those who have not. I think it is an important movie. The film provides insight into the Vietnam War that

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Michael Griffin

It's the story of a young couple, as they prepare for their wedding, about their first Christmas together. It is a story of love and loss, and how difficult it can be to deal with, but it is also a story of the consequences of war. It shows how even the best of intentions can backfire, and how hope can help us through difficult times. I really liked this movie. I was surprised that it was made by a woman, and I hope it is shown in more movies, it is a beautiful and touching story.

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The movie is based on a play that I can't remember. I'm very familiar with the play, but I'm not really sure how this movie compares to the play. It doesn't really have a whole lot to do with the play. The play is about a family that gets divided up by war. It's about a young girl and her parents and a man. The movie takes place in the 80s. A young woman, Isabella, is sent to a camp where a group of soldiers and their families are taken to serve in World War II. When she returns home, she's depressed and in a lot of pain. Her mother gives her a book about the war and tells her that it will help her get over her grief. Isabella wants to read it, but her father won't let her. I found the movie was about a young woman dealing with grief, and how the war affected her. The movie wasn't great, but it was good. It was entertaining and I would recommend this movie.

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As an observer, I was interested in seeing the evolution of this film, as I had no knowledge of the true story. As a viewer, I had the experience of watching a film that doesn't have the best story-line, yet I was still interested in seeing the film grow on me. I was so involved in this film that I was able to understand the story and the emotions that the characters were experiencing. It's a great story to tell and I felt a sense of pride as a viewer for being able to sit through the film and understand the characters. I would recommend this film to anyone who has not seen it.

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Christian Howell

The movie "Saving Private Ryan" is a masterpiece of film-making, a stunning masterpiece. I think the reason why this movie is so great is because it is an epic and a realistic picture of World War 2. And the fact that the movie has some true scenes makes it even more awesome. The movies is about a crew of Navy seaman and a private on the SS Maine that are sent to a submarine in order to rescue a captured American Private. During the movie they find a German U-Boat and start to help the private. I don't think I could go into a lot more about the movie, but I really recommend it.

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Karen T.

A couple of years ago, a friend of mine told me he was watching this movie in the theater. When I asked him what it was about, he told me he was only interested in the sexual nature of it. I was, too. I'm sorry to say I was surprised to see how intense and full-on this movie was. A couple of years ago I never would have thought of seeing a movie about the World War II sex trade, or its aftermath, because I had no knowledge of either. But this film did that for me. It became very clear to me that the writer of this film, Thomas Horn, has an almost genius talent for making the viewer emotionally engaged. He does this with the opening scene. When the camera is moving around in a flashback of a prostitute who finds herself in a brothel in Paris during World War II, we see her selling a small ring of diamonds in the back room of the brothel. This scene of the flashback is the only time in the film that we see the prostitute, but it's the only time we see her in a real life situation, which adds a lot of power to the film. When we first see the prostitute, she has a lot of power. In her brothel, she has the power to control the men who work in the brothel. But then she becomes a prostitute herself, which she realizes is the power that she needs to survive, and she decides to sell her power to another. The viewer can see that she is becoming addicted to the power of the ring, and that this addiction eventually causes her to kill herself. And because she is a prostitute, she's seen as a victim, but in the context of the film, we know that she is not a victim. She is a cog in the wheel. In the end, the viewers understand that this is a story about a person trying to escape from her own addiction, but also that she had to be in a position where she was so desperate that she was willing to kill herself to get out of her addiction. It's one of the most powerful things that the movie does for the viewer. This film is very well-done. I would highly recommend this film for anyone who likes to see a film about the sex trade and the aftermath of it.

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This is a great film. What a shame that "The Unbearable Lightness of Being" was also made so long ago. I liked this movie more than "Coraline", and would put this on the top of my list of all time favorites. Maybe "The Life and Times of Judge Roy Bean" is the ultimate teen film, but this is one to watch. I'm sure you're going to love it. I have not seen the 1980 version, but I hope it isn't nearly as bad as the versions of "Coraline" and "The Favourite" that preceded it.

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Rachel Freeman

The story of the film is that of a young boy who is molested by his father. The father does not really show any emotion, but when his son's ex-girlfriend comes to stay at the family home, he quickly responds to the situation, even though he feels guilty. This is the story of a young man who does not want to be a homosexual, so he acts like one and is attracted to men. He is arrested by the police on suspicion of a crime he did not commit. He is sentenced to a prison where he begins to hide his true identity. His friends, who are all men, help him, but at first he seems to be a boy in a man's body. Eventually, though, he becomes more aware of who he really is. This is a very good movie, and it is one of the best films that I have seen this year. I really like the way that the film deals with gay relationships. The plot is very interesting and it really has been well developed. It is a really strong movie, and it is one of those films that make you think about a lot of things, which is a rare thing. This movie is really interesting and is one of those movies that make you think a lot about these topics, although it is not really a very strong movie. The acting of the main actors, Michael Keaton, Philip Seymour Hoffman, and James Gandolfini is very good. The story of the film is very well developed, and the characters are very interesting. This is a movie that I would recommend to people who are interested in the subject of homosexuality.

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This movie reminded me a lot of the movie "The Third Man" where the 2 main characters are identical twins. (though I'm not sure if the other one is actually identical.) I thought that the plot was very interesting and very well done. I was surprised to see that the film was actually made in 2001, because I thought that there was a possibility that the ending was a little too modern. But, I thought that it was very well done and even the end of the movie is a bit surprising. I thought that the actors did a good job with their characters and I thought that the special effects were very good. I thought that the film was made to show the effect of war on people and I think that this is the message of the film. I also liked that the film didn't have any religious or political overtones to it, which I think is important in a film like this. I also thought that the ending was well done and that the film was very interesting.

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The film would have been a great candidate for a series if it wasn't for the ending. I have a problem with the way the characters end their own lives. The best of the best of them all deserve to live, so I don't understand why they are all sacrificing themselves for the sake of others. I understand that this was an attempt to explain why people who are of fighting age are not able to commit suicide, but I don't understand why they were taking the lives of others. It seems that the deaths of other people are nothing compared to the deaths of the protagonists. Even when they are killed, I don't think it's as painful or as tragic as the real thing, so it's sad. The ending leaves you with the feeling that the whole world would be better off without this film.

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Mark Price

1st watched 6/15/2003 - 7 out of 10(Dir-Mark Rolston): Filmmakers re-enact the final days of the POWs at POW camp PX 2 by documenting the actual prisoner-to-prisoner exchanges and exchanges with the Germans. Rolston's film chronicles the interactions of seven men who are being held by the Japanese and are divided into two groups. The first group is set up at the camp where they are offered a chance to swap places with the German prisoners. In exchange for exchanging places with them, the prisoners are to be released. The second group, set up at the POW camp PX 2, are grouped in an open area in the middle of a grassy field. The Germans are unaware of this group and can't know who is going to become a prisoner and who will become a German. They are taken to a warehouse, which was the main market of the camp. There they are confronted by three officers who have agreed to take the Germans to POW camp PX 2. One of the men, Major George 'Baby' Bissell (Robert Mitchum) is released first. After he has been exchanged, Major Bissell is then told he must guard the Germans until the exchange group arrives. He refuses and has to be sent to the gym where he has a rifle as a weapon. He is not set to fight. Major Bissell ends up guarding the Germans until the exchange group arrives. The exchange group consists of several men from the prisoner group of PX 2. They are assigned to protect the Germans in exchange for the men that are being exchanged. The exchange group arrives and the exchange happens. They are first given the task of covering the exchange and once they do, they find out about the prisoner exchanges. One of the German prisoners has a disease that will kill him, however Major Bissell is not sure if the German soldier will be an enemy or a friendly. They exchange places with the POWs. Major Bissell must fight a battle of wits with the Germans while the POWs deal with the exchange. After the exchange, Major Bissell is released to a German POW camp and his group sets up shop. They are the only ones to stay at the camp. Major Bissell takes one of the POWs to the exchange. The POW says the exchange could be dangerous for the Germans since he was a soldier. The POWs offer him a horse to give him a better chance of surviving. Major Bissell takes the POW and horses to the exchange. The POWs are in the middle of the grassy field. Major Bissell is worried and starts taking apart the camp to make sure they don't fall in the middle of the camp. The POWs take the horses to a field to spend the night. The POWs are told the exchange is taking place and they are free to go. The POWs head to the exchange area where they meet the exchange group. The exchange group is the most feared group of prisoners. They are divided into four groups, each of which are run by two officers. The exchange group knows the plan and must be ready to fight in order to survive the exchange. After the exchange, Major Bissell is released and the POWs decide to stay at the POW camp. The POWs and the exchange group start getting to know one another. The POWs are introduced to Major Bissell by the exchange group. When the exchange group is assigned to guard the POWs, Major Bissell has a horsefight with Major Bissell's own guards. They are not informed about the exchange, but are later informed. Major Bissell is not told about the exchange and the exchange group escapes. The POWs get back to camp and the exchange group gets back to their camp. The exchange group is set up for the Germans and the POWs escape.

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I saw this movie and have to say that I was very impressed by it. The plot is very intriguing and I was also surprised by some of the choices that were made. It is a very tragic story. It is the story of a man who lost his wife and child at the beginning of WWII. He and his family was forced to leave Spain, the final frontier of his empire. After a brief stay at a small American training camp, they went to Europe. And when they got there they were as good as dead. Although it is a very simple plot, the way the movie is set up, and the way that the story is told makes the story very dramatic and very realistic. There are scenes that are very chilling and the scene of the officer guarding the walls of the camp was one of those scenes that you would want to see again. It is not a very easy film to watch, but it is very interesting to see how the story progresses. I think that some of the best things in the movie were the performances of the two main characters. Also I thought that the director was really good. I liked the way that the director tried to put the story together. I think that there were some very dark scenes in the film, but overall I think that it was a very good film that is worth seeing. I rate it a 7/10.

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I watched this movie for the first time last night and was thrilled. I really enjoyed the story, cinematography and most of all the acting. My only criticism is that some parts of the story felt rushed or unnecessary and some of the characters felt too one-dimensional. It is certainly worth watching for the story and the acting. The point of this movie is about a war against Japanese forces. But there are other things that need to be explained too. My guess is that if you have never been in the Pacific theatre (especially the Pacific theatre) then you would be greatly confused about some of the things that happen in this film. I would recommend this film to any one who likes World War 2 films, especially if they have not previously seen such films.

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This is a fairly good film, but it is not a great movie. The only real strength of this film is its top-notch acting, the screenplay, and the camera work. I was very impressed with that last one. The final scene and the final scene, the acting and the camera work. I really enjoyed the acting. I never expected an Oscar winner, but this was one of the better performances I've seen recently. I also have to say that I was impressed by the ending. Overall, it was a good movie, but it really didn't deserve the Best Picture Oscar. I would have gone with a different film, maybe Gone Baby Gone, or even A Walk To Remember. This film is definitely a good film, but not a great film.

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Jose Hicks

This movie is awesome. Great acting and fantastic characters. It is worth watching for anyone who enjoys good, well written movies. I would have given it a 10, but I'm rating it a 7. The reason is because the story is a bit too easy. The film ends without leaving you with any real conclusion or reason. You should not be left hanging at the end of the movie. I thought it was not a good ending for the movie. Overall, I give the movie an 8/10. It is worth seeing and I recommend you to watch it. If you are not a film buff, this is not the movie for you.

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Linda S.

To many people this movie might just not be worth their time, but if you are in the mood for a good, thoughtful romantic drama, you should definitely see this movie. To me, it was a little bit of a tough love, the one I thought about when I went to watch this movie. It made me think a little bit more about what kind of a person I was and how I would react in the situation. Like the older version of my boyfriend. It also made me think about how I would react if I were to meet a person like him. It was a very good movie, very well done. Not just because of the acting, but also because of the story and the direction. I think the plot was really well thought out and the story was very well thought out. So it made you think a little bit. And I think there are a lot of things you will find in this movie that you will relate to. Like, how will you deal with a situation like this? But it is not just about one person. You may not have as good of a time with it, but that doesn't mean it isn't good. There are a lot of things you can think about, and it makes you think a little bit. But it is a good movie, so don't let it be for nothing.

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I was told it was the most realistic war film ever made, but I watched it about an hour ago and it didn't really convince me. It was realistic enough for me, but not enough to be scary, but it was entertaining enough to pass the time. I have to say that I have seen a lot of war films, and this film, although has a lot of gore and blood, is much more interesting than any of the other war films I've seen. The story was pretty decent, but I think the plot could have been developed a little more. There were many points in the film where I didn't want to see it to end, especially in the middle. As I have said before, I thought it was the most realistic war film ever made. Also, I felt it was the most enjoyable war film I've ever seen. If you are like me, you will be glad to know that you did not have to pay to see this film.

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Crystal Munoz

This movie is interesting. It is also interesting how all the things in life can be traced back to one single event. If you don't know what this is, then I suggest you look it up, but don't be afraid, it's still just an awesome movie. It is a good movie for people who just want to see a movie without thinking too much about it. I highly recommend it to all movie fans.

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Grace C.

This is a story of love, death and life. It is an adaptation of C.S. Lewis' "The Chronicles of Narnia". In the story, the writer Peter Jackson introduces his favorite fantasy. He presents the beautiful Narnia to an audience who are new to the book. There are no villains to defeat or villains to save. The greatest moment of the movie is when the movie ends. It is a great film, though. It is told in a way that you do not feel you have wasted your time.

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Laura Wagner

A slow burn war drama set in wartime England. It seems that the Nazis have learned how to win wars with the bombing of cities and the destruction of the urban areas in the process. They have taken advantage of the war that had been fought and have set up a new kind of fighting machine. It's their victory that they are not allowed to exploit. They would have won this war with tanks, bombs and other weapons of mass destruction but instead they use artillery to rain death down on London and other city centers. One of the American soldiers plays a psychiatrist who tries to help his troops cope with the war and with each other. The other soldiers in the film are drawn from the units that fought in the Eastern Front. Their ranks are drawn from the units that fought in the Pacific. The treatment of the female soldiers is quite different. At first they treat them as pure sexual objects. Later on, they even try to have a conversation with a woman who's been wounded by a grenade. There's a woman who's suffering a psychotic break from the war and has tried to kill her husband and then made love to another woman. Then there's a man who's trying to get away from the war but has to face the questions of war and the question of whether he's going to live and the answers to those questions. As for the men, they're all suffering from the same disease of war. It's the breakdown of human emotions and the inability to deal with the most basic needs of our lives. As for the women, they are subjected to various forms of sexual abuse by a man who's taken advantage of them in the form of sex. The film is dark and frightening but also very moving and very rewarding. It's one of those war films that everyone can enjoy but it is in a different category from most of the war films that we see. There are some mistakes in the film as the depiction of certain things are sometimes not what is shown but that shouldn't stop you from watching the film.

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The trilogy that is the Twin Towers trilogy (along with The Passion of the Christ and the Benedictine monks, Benedictus) are great, historical epic dramas that are perfect for the cinema. What makes these movies so great is their fantastic score and cinematography. Everything from the acting to the music perfectly tie the films together. The sound and score of The Twin Towers Trilogy is a perfect blend of classical music, classical music-dubstep, and modern dance, and it perfectly captures the atmosphere and atmosphere of the films. The soundtracks for these films are almost like scores for a film. They are very well placed. The music helps keep the pace of the film, helps make the action and plot flow smoothly, and helps create a mood in the film. With that said, some people may say that the film could have been better. It may have been better to do a more grounded film where the action and plot was kept to a minimum. And it would have been better to have kept the plot in the middle of the film. The plot could have been much more easily understood and liked by the audience, and we would have had a better sense of realism. But in the end, the film is a very entertaining and fun movie. The film has been criticized for lacking humor, but I think that is only true in a very niche market of people that love cheesy romance, or cheesy science fiction, or cheesy drama, or cheesy action, or cheesy fantasy, or cheesy horror. That doesn't mean that all of these people will enjoy the film. I think that for the majority of people, the film is a great film and a great experience. So to the people that hated it, I say that the film was great and should be seen. I also think that the film is not a bad film, but just that it's not great.