Critic Consensus: It represents an occasionally uneven collision of genres, but all in all, Wladyslaw Pasikowski's Aftermath delves into Holocaust guilt with power and efficiency.
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Critic Reviews for Aftermath
The shocks, and the repressed wickedness, as in all well-done horror films, build slowly, then reach a crescendo that is hard to bear and harder to shake off.
A sense of dread suffuses this film, which offers yet another slice of World War II history.
There is something especially unsettling about groupthink, particularly when it comes to evil.
Jozek's and Franek's characters (and Czop's and Stuhr's performances) are continually surprising and ultimately indelible. You can read how their mindsets shift as they stumble onto new truths.
Director Wladyslaw Pasikowski has made the mistake of going about his business as if he were fashioning a horror film.
Audience Reviews for Aftermath
Another story depicting the dirty secrets of wartime, and giving a twisted ending. While the ending didn't have a great effect on me, overall the movie helped me pass the time quite easily. 5.5 out of 10.
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