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(214) 9.0 95 min 2018

Afterward is a movie starring Bassam Aramin and Ofra Bloch. Afterward delves into the secret wounds carried by victims as well as victimizers, through testimonies ranging from the horrifying to the hopeful.

Starring
Ofra Bloch, Bassam Aramin
Genres
Documentary
Director
Ofra Bloch

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Audio English  Deutsch  Italiano  Español  Français  Gaeilge  Svenska  Nederlands
Subtitles 日本語  Čeština  Português  Australia  한국어  Filipino  Tiếng Việt  हिन्दी 
Quality 480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Genres Documentary
Director Ofra Bloch
Writer Michael J. Palmer, Ofra Bloch, Jack Riccobono
Stars Ofra Bloch, Bassam Aramin
Country USA
Runtime 1H 35M
Description Afterward delves into the secret wounds carried by victims as well as victimizers, through testimonies ranging from the horrifying to the hopeful.

Top reviews

Sunday, 23 Aug 2020 02:53

I was a long time follower of the hippie scene in New York City and the film is a wonderful look at the ups and downs of the various subcultures. It's worth seeing and will hopefully stimulate some debate. This documentary is far from an objective one, and I think it can be criticized on that front. Still, the film has great value for anyone who loves music, politics, and a bit of a view of the era. The film does a great job of showing both sides of the hippie movement, which is a fine balance for a documentary. The film shows the effect of the war on the hippies, as well as the effects of the war on the rest of the hippie subculture. The documentary was also fascinating to me as it shows how both the hippies and the war effected the people in their respective areas. It's not too often that a documentary can show both sides of a issue. It's very rare, however, that a documentary is so objective. The documentary does have a bias, which I felt was a bit excessive, but there are other documentaries that have shown the war as being a negative force. The film does a great job of showing the positive side of the hippie movement, but the bias was not excessive, and was not a detriment to the film. The movie did a great job of presenting both sides of the issue, and I think that was what made the documentary interesting. Overall, the film is a great documentary that will be interesting for both students and for anyone interested in the history of the hippie movement.
Saturday, 02 May 2020 16:09

Having spent most of my life as a white man I was kind of familiar with the horrors of racial inequality. However, the experience of the documentary "Heathers" did change my views of white privilege. I have come to realize that I do not need to be a racist to have a few privileges. It's the experiences of other people that make you different from the majority, and if you don't have a negative experience you can move on to the next person who has had a similar experience. This documentary is a good example of how racism works and the consequences of such an experience. I have seen some comments that people were "pissed" because it did not show any real violence, yet I would say that is not what happened. I have also seen some people saying that the film glorifies violence. The documentary does not show any violence, but rather shows people's struggle to cope with racism and how they deal with it. People can be racist but not violent. The problem is that it is not possible to take a video camera and have a one-on-one conversation with someone who is racist. Racism, however, is not a video. I am not sure that this film was able to accurately capture the pain and fear that a white person feels when he is confronted with racial discrimination. I know that I am not the first white person to be confronted with racial discrimination. The majority of the people who are interviewed are white and therefore cannot relate to the racial conflict. The black people interviewed are only being interviewed to highlight the problem and how they deal with it. I would not recommend this film to anyone who is not already familiar with racial injustice and how it is tackled.


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