Love After Love

Synopsis: Following the death of their father, two sons deal with the trials of their own lives while watching their mother explore new beginnings of her own.
Genre: Drama
Director(s): Russell Harbaugh
Production: IFC Films
  1 win & 1 nomination.
Rotten Tomatoes:
91 min

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Three marriages.

[indistinct chatter]

- Pear?

- I don't like pears.

No, these are,

um, poached pears.

They're not normal.


- Do you know what poached pears are?

- Yes.

Try one.

- What?

- Nothing. Go ahead.

- I, I'm just offering them pears.

- I see that.

"All days are nights

to see..

"...till I see thee.

"And nights bright days when

dreams do show thee me.

"When most I wink, then

do mine eyes best see..

"...for all the day..

...they view things


- Thank you.

- Thank you.

- Beautiful, Glenn.

- Cheers.

- Cheers.

- Cheers.

One more time, dad.


Leave him alone.


[instrumental music]

Stop it.

I'll bust your butt.

- Come on, then.

- Don't think I won't.

- Okay.

- That sounds terrible, Glenn.

Yeah, he fell asleep

in the bath.

I don't feel anything.

- I just can't talk.

- Is that true?

Let's go.

- That's the only way he can get any rest.

- Stop it.

[instrumental music]

Hey. Thanks.

- Hi.

- I've been circling for half an hour.

I didn't see you.

I tried calling.

You didn't pick up.

I, I don't have my phone.

Well, you could've

just parked and come in.

Well, you said you were

gonna wait outside.

[Rebecca sighs]

It's good to see you too.


- Okay.

- Lift him up.

Alright, there you go.

There you go.

- That's it, dad.

- Okay.


One, two, three.



Glenn, this is so

you can breathe easier.

I want you to try and

breathe through your nose.

Okay, hold on.

Here you go.

It's okay, it's okay. This

is gonna help you breathe.

It's alright.

- I'll get them.

- Okay, sweetie.

Here we go.

If you can lift

after this. Just wait.

- One second.

- Alright. Hold on.

Okay, now.

Watch his head.

Okay, back.

Really gentle.

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