Documentary Review – After Death

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 After Death

Writing a review on a documentary is way different than writing one for a movie.

I think the way I’ll sum it up is if you are interested in what happens after you die, or more to the point, a near-death experience, check out this production. It delves deeply into the unknown. There are a ton of personal accounts that are quite remarkable.

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Grade: A

About The Peetimes: I’ve never done Peetimes on a documentary before. It was much more difficult than a movie. I chose moments that were covered later so you’ll keep up with the individual stories.

There are no extra scenes during, or after, the end credits of After Death.

Rated: (PG-13) Violent Descriptions | Drug References | Thematic Material | Some Bloody Images
Genres: Do cumentary
Starring: Koko Marshall, Michael Jovanovski, Kate Duffy
Director: Stephen Gray, Chris Radtke
Writer(s): Stephen Gray
Language: English
Country: United States

Based on real near-death experiences, After Death explores the afterlife with the guidance of New York Times bestselling authors, medical experts, scientists, and survivors that shed a light on what awaits us.


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