Kamaru Usman at UFC UFC Preview. Full Cast and Crew. Release Dates. Official Sites. Company Credits. Technical Specs. Plot Summary. Plot Keywords. Parents Guide. External Sites. User Reviews. User Ratings. External Reviews. Metacritic Reviews. Photo Gallery. Trailers and Videos. Crazy Credits. Chris determines to search for her, but as he has gone to heaven and she to hell, he must endure great hardships to find her.
A great photo from the film "What Dreams May Come". He describes details of his life so that she will be reminded of her husband. He calls her attention to the improbably negative conditions of the house.
He drops clues, gradually leading her to the truth, but she seems to block out anything that will cause recognition. He finally tells the truth straight out. She gets angry and calls him a liar. Because she does not believe in an afterlife, she finds it impossible that he could be her dead husband. After a moment of disorientation where he starts to forget his own identity, the atmosphere of Hell gradually drawing him in and threatening to trap him there, he delivers a monologue of appreciation for her, detailing the ways in which she enriched his life.
He then makes the most dreaded decision of all: he will stay with her and not return to Summerland. As he begins losing consciousness, Ann recognizes him and realizes what has happened. Chris awakens in Summerland again. Albert, who is amazed that Chris was able to rescue Ann, informs him that she has been reborn on Earth, because she is not ready for Summerland. Chris wants to be reborn too, despite Albert's protests. Chris learns that he and Ann have had several past lives, and in all of them they had a special connection with each other.
As the manuscript comes to a close, Chris explains that he is soon going to be reborn and will forget all that has happened.
Views Total views. Actions Shares. Embeds 0 No embeds. No notes for slide. In seaside Italy, a Holocaust survivor with a daycare business Sophia Loren takes in year-old Momo, a Senegalese Muslim street kid who robbed her. In this stop-motion short film, a bird raised by mice begins to question where she belongs and sets off on a daring journey of self-discovery.
A reimagining of Kurt Wallander as a cop in his early 20s in Sweden. From the producers of "Wallander," based on Henning Mankell's novels. There is one thing missing: his wife. After he dies, his wife, Annie killed herself and went to hell.
Only Chris and his wife called Ann die. Their children, who are grownups rather than youngsters, remain alive, as minor characters. Albert and Leona are the people they appear to be, and the character played by Max Von Sydow does not appear in the book.
Albert is Chris's cousin rather than simply a friend. Chris and Ann are rural types rather than the urbanites portrayed in the film, and he is not a pediatrician, nor is she a painter. He is a Hollywood screenwriter, and she has a variety of jobs. In the book the afterlife imagery is based on natural scenery rather than paintings. The novel's depiction of Hell is considerably more violent than in the film. Chris finds it difficult to move, breathe, or see, and he suffers physical torture at the hands of some inhabitants.