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After... (2006)

Urban Explorers are extreme sports' answer to computer hackers: a growing breed of thrill-seekers who thrive on infiltrating the planet's most dangerous man-made structures... Just because they can.
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Jay
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Urban Exploration. The practice of investigating areas not designed for public use. But strange things can happen in the dark, closed-off areas of history beneath the streets of Moscow, and what started as a way for Nate to escape his grief quickly turns into a journey that forces him to confront it head-on, with nothing less than his eternal destiny hanging in the balance. Featuring Music from The Crystal Method. Written by EdwinHarbor

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To get there you have to leave this world behind. See more »

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Rated R for some violent and disturbing images | See all certifications »

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4 November 2006 (USA)  »

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$1,000,000 (estimated)
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Urban adventuring film is worth watching
10 September 2007 | by See all my reviews

Some movies are critically panned and deserve it; they're poorly made, badly acted, directed or written. There are others that are simply misunderstood. "After" is one of these. At first glance, it's another film about a hedonistic group of thrill-seekers in a dangerous, surrealistic environment. The mood of the film is established early on through the use of POV "Blair Witch" style camera work. The nervous, frenetic movements of the frame convey the adrenalin rush of the characters as they infiltrate buildings, tunnels and other forbidden places, "…simply because they can." The action moves to Moscow where the mission is to explore Stalin's legendary "Metro 2" underground. Seen through the point of view of "Nate," the journey quickly becomes a nightmare as the line between what is real and unreal disappears entirely. I found the dreamlike sequences fascinating, especially the effect of characters disappearing as though they were digital ghosts. After's unusual style of direction kept me slightly off-balance, right to the end. The truth remains out of reach, like the indistinct walls of the tunnel just beyond the light. A good movie lingers on in memory, giving food for thought…After.


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