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Afterimages

2014 - ENGLISH - MOVIE

FantasyHorrorThrillerBiography

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  • Jini Score
    25%
  • Critics Score
    82%
  • Rating
    5.1/10
  • Jini Score
    25%
  • Critics Score
    82%
  • Rating
    5.1/10
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A group of film students burn paper effigy cameras for the wandering spirits during the ghost month in Singapore and receive a collection of horror movies in return. The first film received, GHOST POOL LEG, revolves around Chinese superstition in which ghosts are believed to pull swimmers legs to drown them. The second movie, XIAO BAO BAO, focuses on a young woman's haunting experience after taking a postmortem photograph of a suicide jumper. The third movie, SKIN DEEP, finds a group of shoppers stuck in a mall elevator with a mysterious and beautiful woman who holds a terrible secret. The fourth film, REKINDLING, features a heartbroken hawker, a missing China bride, and the mysterious ring she left behind. The final film comes with a price. Written by Anonymous Afterimages is a 2014 Polish-language Fantasy Horror film featuring Bogus Aw Linda, Sheena Chan, Pamelyn Chee, Roshan Gidwani, Daniel Jenkins, Keagan Kang and Michael Corcoran. Akson Studio was the production house involved in the project along with executive producer(s) Micha Kwieci Ski. Afterimages is written by Andrzej Mularczyk and directed by Andrzej Wajda. Akson Studio acquired the distribution rights for the movie. Afterimages was released on 11th September 2014 and takes a screen time of 98 minutes. Cinematography was done by Pawe Edelman and editing by Gra yna Grado. The music was composed by Andrzej Panufnik.

Afterimages Reviews and Ratings

Average Review Rating : 5.0/5

100%

Positive Review Rating : 76%

76%
  • Rogerebert

    How will he live Hes told that under Communism those who dont work dont eat. ( Read More )
  • Sover

    A brilliant, straightforward and passionate homage biopic from one dissident Polish artist to another. ( Read More )
  • Cs Monitor

    Each fresh outrage perpetrated against Strzeminski is recorded with a thudding finality. ( Read More )
  • La Times

    Afterimage feels vividly connected to the Polish auteurs beginnings, yet also acts as the kind of haunting close that sums up a life. ( Read More )
  • Flim Threet

    Impeccably photographed by Pawel Edelman (The Pianist, Ray), Afterimage is a well told story that eschews any sort of abstraction or ambiguity. ( Read More )
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