Film Preview: The Aftermath (2019)

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(March 10, 2019) Original

Release Date:

April 26, 2019


From IMDb: “Post World War II, a British colonel and his wife are assigned to live in Hamburg during the post-war reconstruction, but tensions arise with the German who previously owned the house.”

Poster Rating: C / C / C / C+

Review: (#1) The reflection in the background is the only interesting part of this poster design. (#2) Dark and unappealing, this poster is poorly constructed and hardly worth discussing. (#3) Whether the designer was trying to conjure up a Doctor Zhivago vibe or not, it happened and if the design were more carefully constructed and less staid, it might have worked. (#4) The only thing that makes this airbrushed design is that the core image of Keira Knightley and Jason Clarke being interrupted by her and Alexander Skarsgard is fitting to the film’s theme. Otherwise, it’s not particularly interesting.

Trailer Rating: B

Review: The premise holds a lot of promise and the trailer, while perhaps giving too many details of the film’s plot away, does a fine job convincing the audience that this might be a compelling feature to watch.

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