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A revered director with an obscure style, Rei Maruwa, has gone missing during the production of his latest animated feature, Talking Head. With the deadline approaching and next to no ... See full summary »
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Most who're interested in this film have interest because it contains images from Oshii's surreal masterpiece "Tenshi no Tamago." With Tenshi no Tamago lacking a proper release abroad, one may feel tempted to pick up a copy of "In the Aftermath" just to view the plundered footage. Do not do it! The acting is awful, the direction is pointless and cheesy, and the special effects could have been better done with equipment found lying about the house. It's a third-rate film with a fourth-rate production. The usage of the footage from Tenshi no Tamago, a true art film, is shameful and unacceptable. Fans of campy science fiction would do better to pick up an arm-full of TROMA flicks from the video store.
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