Aftermath Genesis (1998)

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Avg Rating: 3.4 / 5. Voted: 17

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Directed by: Nacho Cerda
Starring: Pep Tosar (Sculptor), Trae Houlihan (Wife)
Country: Spain, European Cinema
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Runtime: 00:30:09
Genres: Body Modification, Bizarre-Surreal

Plot – Spoilers:
Aftermath Genesis completes Nacho Cerda’s Trilogy of Death and (probably) features the character from Aftermath. Here he is a sculptor who after losing his wife to a car accident sculpts a statue in her memory.

But things soon start to unravel when he finds that the statue has begun to bleed into life while he slowly turns into stone.

Genesis perhaps tries to understand the behaviour of the mortician from Aftermath and his sexual attraction to the dead woman from a car accident.

5 thoughts on “Aftermath Genesis (1998)

  • September 17, 2020 at 7:04 pm
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    The whole trilogy is very entertaining and the setting and theme of all would be great on their own but the graphics really help sell the movie.

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  • November 26, 2020 at 6:28 am
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    Not as brutal as Aftermath still a very nice touch of love.

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  • June 1, 2021 at 1:56 am
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    the fuckkk is going on i know its some metaphorical bullshit but bruh im bored i cant finish it

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    • August 2, 2021 at 6:32 am
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      Preserving (a memory) is a “lie” because time does not stop and therefore the memory eventually evolves (is alive) into reality/now (ie a bloody mess). So, is he actually sculpting her (likelihood) or is he sculpting “himself”?

      This is extremely crude, however this is exactly the type of movie I expect wanna-be cool kids talk about at the coffee shoppe. Afterwards, they give their opinion about politics with zero knowledge of public administration and the policy writing process. rofl. Then they go outside and eat vegan fish and chips.

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