I cried. I laughed. I was mesmerized by the poignant story of life after death-The Hereafter, directed by Clint Eastwood. Although it is categorized with other paranormal films, it is much more than a scary Halloween movie. And to his credit, Eastwood doesn't full it with a lot of religious rhetoric. Hereafter is about love and relationships that don't end with death; life continues to exist. I identified with the movie on many levels: as an intuitive reader, one who has lost a young brother and son, and one who has communicated with those of other dimensions. Interesting enough, the movie really doesn't answer questions about what happens after we die. Instead it lays the foundation that life exists after death as well as how through a reputable medium one can communicate with a departed love one. You see flashes of another dimension and hear a short conversation between two characters about the existence of life after death, but no substantial facts. And that’s okay because Hereafter is an awakening movie for humanity to realize we are more than flesh and blood, we are immortal souls, and life goes on. Go see this movie.