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Hereafter DVD 2010 Azután / Directed by Clint Eastwood / Starring: Matt Damon, Cécile de France

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Hereafter DVD 2010 Azután / Directed by Clint Eastwood / Starring: Matt Damon, Cécile de France

UPC 5996514008128

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REGION 2 PAL DVD

Audio: English 5.1, Czech 5.1, Hungarian 5.1

Subtitles: Hungarian, English HOH, Arabic, Czech, Greek, Hebrew, Icelandic, Romanian

Runtime: 124 minutes

 

English Summary:

Hereafter is a 2010 American fantasy disaster drama film directed, co-produced, and scored by Clint Eastwood, written by Peter Morgan, and executive produced by Steven Spielberg. The film tells three parallel stories about three people affected by death in similar ways—all three have issues of communicating with the dead; Matt Damon plays American factory worker George, who is able to communicate with the dead and who has worked professionally as a clairvoyant, but no longer wants to communicate with the dead; Cécile de France plays French television journalist Marie, who survives a near-death experience during the 2004 Indian Ocean tsunami; and British twins Marcus and Jason (played by Frankie and George McLaren). Bryce Dallas Howard, Lyndsey Marshal, Jay Mohr, and Thierry Neuvic have supporting roles.

 

On assignment in India, French television journalist Marie Lelay is caught in the 2004 Indian Ocean tsunami. Pulled lifeless from the water, she is resuscitated but left for dead. She gasps back to life after a near death experience, glimpsing a vision of the afterlife. Marie is reunited with her lover Didier as the disaster subsides, and they return to Paris. Marie's experience interferes with her work, and Didier, also her producer, sends her on a leave of absence.

 

In San Francisco, George Lonegan reluctantly agrees to perform a psychic reading for Christos, a wealthy client of his brother Billy. A genuine medium, George abandoned his career as a psychic due to the emotional, often disturbing impact of communicating with the dead. George asks if “June” means anything, which Christos denies; he reveals to Billy that June was his late wife's nurse, with whom he was in love.

 

Hungarian Summary:

A történet három embert állít a középpontba, egy francia újságírónőt, aki túlélte a 2004-es cunamit, egy londoni iskolás srácot, akinek a cunami alatt hunyt el az ikertestvére és egy gyári munkást, aki képes a halottakkal kapcsolatot teremteni és látja is őket, de nem nagyon szeretne képességéből profitálni.]

 

Cast / Szereplők:

  • Matt Damon as George Lonegan, an American factory worker and "a reluctant psychic [...] who can speak to the dead but prefers not to".[3][4] Damon previously starred in Eastwood's Invictus, and was cast in Hereafter because Eastwood was so impressed by him.[5] The original Hereafter production schedule clashed with Damon's filming commitments to The Adjustment Bureau, so he emailed Eastwood, suggesting that the director recast the role of George for either Ben Affleck, Christian Bale, Casey Affleck, Hayden Christensen or Josh Brolin. Instead, Eastwood altered the filming schedule to accommodate Damon, and the actor was able to complete both films.[6]
  • Cécile de France as Marie Lelay, a French television journalist who survives a tsunami.[3][7]
  • Frankie and George McLaren as Jason and Marcus, twin brothers. At the beginning of the film, Frankie McLaren plays the role of Jason, and George McLaren plays the role of Marcus; then both play Marcus alternately. Jason is killed in a car accident early in the film, and Marcus later attempts to contact him in the afterlife.[8] Eastwood selected the two actors to play the brothers despite their never having acted before because he did not want "child actors who'd been over-instructed in Child Acting 101."[6]
  • Jay Mohr as Billy Lonegan, George's older brother.[9]
  • Bryce Dallas Howard as Melanie, a woman with whom George tries to start a relationship.[6][10]
  • Thierry Neuvic as Didier, Marie's lover. Neuvic was on holiday in Corsica in September 2009 when he was called to audition for a role in the film. His audition, which took place at a Paris hotel, lasted 15 minutes, and he read two scenes for Eastwood. Most of Neuvic's scenes were filmed in Paris.[11]
  • Marthe Keller as a doctor and the director of a hospice in Switzerland who speaks with Marie.
  • Derek Jacobi appears as himself.[12] He reads Charles Dickens' Little Dorrit at the London Book Fair.
  • Lyndsey Marshal as Jackie, Marcus and Jason's mother, a heroin addict.[7]
  • Richard Kind as Christos Andreou, a wealthy client of Billy's who asks Billy for George's psychic assistance to communicate with his late wife.
  • Steven R. Schirripa as Carlos, the cooking instructor
  • Jenifer Lewis[13] as Candace, Christos' neighbor of whom he tells about George's psychic reading; she comes to ask for his assistance in contacting her dead child.
  • Franz Drameh as teenager attacking Jason
  • Mylène Jampanoï[14] as reporter Jasmine
  • Stéphane Freiss as Guillaume Belcher, the boss interviewed by Marie Lelay on TV
  • Laurent Bateau as Marie's TV producer
  • Jean-Yves Berteloot: Michel, Marie's publisher.
  • Niamh Cusack[15] as Angela, Marcus's foster mother
  • George Costigan as Dennis, Marcus's foster father
  • Mathew Baynton as college receptionist
  • Tom Price as the man
  • Céline Sallette as secretary

 

Directed by Clint Eastwood
Produced by Clint Eastwood
Kathleen Kennedy
Robert Lorenz
Written by Peter Morgan
Starring Matt Damon
Cécile de France
Music by Clint Eastwood
Cinematography Tom Stern
Edited by Joel Cox
Gary D. Roach
Production
company
Distributed by Warner Bros. Pictures
Release date
  • September 12, 2010 (TIFF)
  • October 22, 2010 (United States)
Running time
124 minutes
Country United States
Language English
French

 

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