Is Clint Eastwood's 2004 Tsunami Picture Too Soon?
Nov 11, 2009 14:16
Clint Eastwood's Hereafter is supposed to take a hard look into how the 2004 Tsunami changed lives. But we are wondering, is this too soon?
The Guardian revealed this bit of information...
Hereafter is a supernatural thriller by Frost/Nixon and The Queen writer Peter Morgan that stars Matt Damon as a reluctant psychic. Production got under way in France yesterday, and will later shift to locations in London and then on to Hawaii.
The film tells three parallel stories that eventually intersect – about a French TV journalist, played by Cecile de France, who suffers a near-death experience during the Asian tsunami of 2004; a drug-addicted English single mother, played by Lyndsey Marshal, who loses one of her twin 10-year-old sons in a car accident; and Damon's character, who can talk to the dead but prefers not to. De France and Marshal contact Damon in a desperate quest for answers and consolation.
Also, according to Variety, this film is similar to The Sixth Sense.
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