After the End| 1hr : 19mins
Director: Andrew Morgan | Producer: Michael Ross
Focus Years: 2013 | Country: United States
After the sudden death of his father, director Andrew Morgan sets out to explore the meaning of loss in each of our lives. Void of easy answers, this is an honest exploration into the journey of hurt and hope that makes us human. Shot in cities across America, the film features intimate conversations with people from all walks of life who have experienced the loss of a loved one. In addition, leading professionals on grief and loss speak into the effects of losing a loved one including Elizabeth-Kübler Ross and Dr. Alan D. Wolfelt. ‘After the End’ is a hope-filled journey that invites viewers to witness grief in a powerful and honest way. More than a how-to or simple solution, the film invites us to consider what we will choose to do with the pain that is certain in each of our lives. The universal language of loss reminds us of just how much we have in common. Death is an unwanted certainty that makes us look away, but the film encourages us to take an honest look into the pain in search of the hope we might find there.
After the End | 1hr : 19mins
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