Yuppie Daniel Miller is killed in a car accident and goes to Judgment City, a waiting room for the afterlife. During the day, he must prove in a courtroom-style process that he successfully overcame his fears (a hard task, given the pitiful life we are shown); at night, he falls in love with Julia, the only other young person in town. Nights are a time of hedonistic pleasure, since you can (for instance) eat all you want without getting fat. Written by
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The first true story of what happens after you die.
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Showbusiness trade paper Variety said that the film contained Ferenc Molnár
's "Liliom idea of being judged in a fanciful after-life". See more
When Daniel is riding and subsequently falling off of the snow mobile, the dialog does not match his lips. See more
I was driving to work this morning thinking I will be here, in 2 months, it'll be 10 years. And you're like my real family. Isn't that tragic.
I got a call from my mother this morning, she wished me a happy birthday, and hinted around the fact that I wasn't making enough money. If you can call "are ya still making the same salary, honey" a hint. And my ex-wife used to say the same thing, although she never used the name "honey".
So, maybe in three years I can ...
Home on the Range
Written by Brewster M. Higley
and Daniel E. Kelley
Arranged by David W. Guion
Performed by Albert Brooks See more