The rest of the film carries dramatic situations involving a tsunami survivor, a boy who loses his brother and a former psychic who struggles trying to find someone to connect with that has no issues within themselves.
It's a fair watch, nothing to brag or much to disapprove of. Just a little something to pass the time with some swell performances and interesting conversations involving communications with the dead.
CONTENT OVERVIEW: Hereafter is rated PG-13. It contains intense, but not graphic, depictions of a natural disaster and a terrorist attack. There is a moderate amount of foul language, including one f-word. It is implied that a man and a woman are having a sexual relationship, and both are briefly scene in their underwear in a hotel room (it is morning and they are waking up/getting dressed).
MESSAGES TO DISCUSS: Do family relationships continue beyond the grave?