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Hungary / USA / UK 2023
produced by
Gergö Elekes, József Gallai, Chuck Harding, Timothy Beal, Roy McClurg jr (executive) for McClurg Productions, Elekes Pictures, Nguyen Bros. Production, Car Trek, Welkin Productions
directed by Gergö Elekes, József Gallai
starring Fruzsina Nagy, Edward Apeagyei, Sally Kirkland, Eric Roberts, James Duval, Péter Inoka, Karolina Szabó, Zsófia Gallai, László Némethy, Dániel Vince, Zoltán Eõry, Bálint Szántó, Péter József Szabó, Pál Marton, András Babodi, Péter Krenács, Viktor Dávid Koppán, Sándor Detki, István Handler, László Szabó, Péter Klupács, László Pavelcze, and the voices of Simon Bamford, Shawn Michael Clankie, Tommy Lentsch, Joseph Richmond, Laura Saxon, Laura Ellen Wilson
written by József Gallai, Derek C. Block, music by Gergö Elekes, special makeup effects by Dániel Sasvári-Molnár, visual effects by Neil Rowe

review by
Mike Haberfelner

Kate (Fruzsina Nagy) was just driving along a country road and having a frustrating phone call with her employer, and suddenly she wakes up in the middle of a forest, with no idea how she got there and no memory of her past life - and she's shot dead by some kind of soldier in a gas mask, only to wake up again in the forest to be shot dead again. The third time she wakes up though she manages to disarm the soldier who has shot her dead already twice and shoot him dead in return. Only the soldier has brought friends who want her dead as well, and she's only saved in the nick of time by Bubba (Edward Apeagyei), a guy who like her has woken up in the forest with no memories and no idea how he got here. He helps her get to a safe place though and gives her pointers as to where to start digging for her past life. And following his advice, Kate does find pieces of her past, including her cellphone with photos of her daughter - however, she's on the constant run from the soldiers in gas masks, who are told by their mysterious leader (Eric Roberts) via video projection to kill her before she can remember her former life, as that would lead to the terminatiion of their whole world. Now Kate doesn't make an easy prey and has provided with a loaded gun by Bubba, but she's one against many, with only a handful of bullets ...

Sally Kirkland plays a scientist somehow involved in the whole affair.


Aftermath, the feature remake of the 2020 short of the same name, is quite a powerful experience, a maze-like film that really leaves the viewer with only gradually more information as the lead character, so one is kept guessing really until the very end. And the movie's rather intelligently structured to keep the audience at the edge of their seats. And a strong cast, very moody outdoors locations, and a directorial effort with an emphasis on tension and atmosphere make this one very worthwhile and slightly surreal thriller.


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