After

Synopsis: When two bus crash survivors awake to discover that they are the only people left in their small town, they must form an unlikely alliance in a race to unravel the truth behind their isolation. As strange events begin to unfold, they start to question whether the town they know so well is really what it seems.
Director(s): Ryan Smith
Production: Seabourne Pictures
 
IMDB:
5.5
PG-13
Year:
2012
90 min
Website
5,261 Views


- Thanks.

- You are welcome.

Where are you headed?

Home.

Me too. Wh... where is "home" for you?

Pearl.

Really, you live in Pearl?

- Yeah.

- I live in Pearl.

- Really?

- Yeah, yeah, on Cannon Avenue.

You live on Cannon? I live on Canon!

What house?

Sorry... that's rude.

- You don't have to...

- No, that's fine.

- I live in 318.

- I'm 310.

Oh, yeah.

What do you do for living?

- I'm a nurse.

- Oh, Wow.

I... I... I'm Freddy, by the way...

Honor.

What to do you do?

I am... a projectionist.

By day, artist by night.

Projectionist? At the theatre in town?

- Yeah.

- Oh, what kind of art do you do?

Comics, mainly.

Why... for kids?

N... n... not exactly, wait.

Here. I'll... Let me show you...

I have this...

Here we go.

Let me... show you.

- Oh, thank you.

- Sorry.

This is a... something I'm working on.

It's good.

Hey...

Hold on...

- What are you doing?

- Just wait one... one second.

Yeah.

Yeah, that's it!

Wow.

- I'm just gonna...

- Oh, yeah. No. Right, completely

- Thank you.

- Yeah.

Uh... you know... we should get together sometime,

as we live so close.

Yeah... maybe.

- Just a coffee.

- Maybe.

Tea? Milkshake?

Erdbeerflow? Eggnut?

Yohoo? Popperty?

Maybe okay?

- You are married?

- No.

- Engaged?

- No.

- You are a nun!

- Noooo!

I...I'm just going to write fora minute, if that's okay.

Oh, please, please, by all means.

Write.

Are you writing about me in there?

Once upon a time there was a pleasant place called Marilyn.

Maryland.

Excuse me, Maryland.

And in this land, there lived a knight...

Damn it.

Hello?

Hello?

Jen!

Hello?

Hello?

Anyone?

...see you later, ma'am.

Hello?

Hello?

Is anybody home?

Who are you?

Ana?

Are you all right?

Give me a minute.

I can't tell you how good it's to see someone else.

- Freddy right?

- Yeah.

- What the hell is going on?

- I don't know.

I was searching the town and I haven't found anybody.

Me too.

- Can you turn down the music?

- Oh yeah!

Sorry, these sounds that drives me crazy.

- So you never to find...

- What...

- Sorry, you got it.

- No, you first.

You find anything?

No... I... I thought about going to the police station.

- Right.

- Yeah.

It's a good idea.

Hello!

Oh, my God!

What?

Nothing.

You know what you are doing?

No, not really.

Is anyone there? We are broadcasting from...

Pearl, can anyone hear me?

Can anybody hear me?

- Listen, keep holding and talk.

- Where are you going?

Hello.

- Is anybody there?

- Are you holding the button there?

Yeah!

Hello.

- It's weird.

- It's not working?

It's not only that it's not working,

I can't get a frequency.

My TV was just static.

What is that for?

Ever heard of being prepared?

You know how to use that thing?

Are you kiddin'?

When there is two of us, there might be more right?

Yeah, they're probably hold up in a mall somewhere...

What the hell?

What is that?

Drive!

- It's moving.

- What?

Get in the car.

Come on.

Oh, my God!

This place has been here since I was a child.

Right, it's the old diner.

My God!

Excuse me.

- Excuse me?

- Excuse me?

- Hello?

- Hello? Sir? Miss?

- Hi.

- Hello.

Hello.

Hello!

Yeah, I don't think they can hear you.

Hey. Hi, hello?

Hello. Hey.

Hey, I'm...

Hi, hi! Um... hello, hello!

Hello? Hello?

Hello?

Oh, this is one of the only places in town

that hasn't changed much over the years.

Maybe that's why I like it so much.

How's it coming?

I hope you don't mind blood.

Ah, you know I have a strong stomach.

Seventeenth annual fair CARNIVAL

Can you take a little break?

I have something for you.

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