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What if you had to give an account of your life when you die? John Hansen is about to find out. On his way to the store to pick up milk for the baby, he encounters a homeless man and chooses to ignore him. He looks up just in time to see a car barreling down on him. A fatal collision occurs. Written by Anonymous

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What happens when our life flashes before our eyes as we die.

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Interesting Sci Fi Flick
27 December 2006 | by (California) – See all my reviews

A young Dad runs to the market for milk but he looks down for a moment to avoid the eyes of a homeless man. This leads to a head on collision. Suddenly, he's in a train station which feels very twilight zone, people are running by him and no one is willing to answer the most basic questions. He's told he isn't dead, but "his life is over" and to take "The Limited" train. His seat is located across from a rather disgusting, fat lady who won't stop talking. She convinces him that he is dead, and somehow he turns that into the old idea of a tunnel and a light and that he can convince the person at the end of this train ride to send him back. What happens next involves a twist and leaves you thinking about your own life.


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