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This film is touching, funny, quirky, and just plain great.
It certainly is a worthy film, very complex and truthful and there are some good scenes but it comes across as a stylish but rather dull piece.
I often wonder how, having read this script, anyone could have signed on to go ahead and make a flick like this.
This film is touching, funny, quirky, and just plain great. All where acting at their best, but Julie Christie, as always seems to throw away the script and scenery and just be... Read morePublished 16 months ago by Neil Merrick
Nolte (and I'm a fan of his) is wasted on this movie. If I am very lucky I will forget that I ever saw this movie. Read morePublished 18 months ago by Joseph L. Burke
A slice of life including humor and high drama. A tour de force in terms of acting for both Nolte and Christie in my opinion. Read morePublished 20 months ago by ChancesR
Afterglow (1997) will surprise viewers giving this movie a chance
on their DVD players, for the simple reason that it's more than a
psychological drama; more than a movie... Read more
ive done my darnedest to forget this movie i watched 3 months back. despite the presence of nick nolte and julie christie (two actors i usually like) i found this just another... Read morePublished on March 20, 2007 by Jonathan Lapin
I really wanted to like this movie, but, in the end, it just wouldn't let me. The pace was slow but the characters seemed to have interesting possiblilties at first. Read morePublished on July 19, 2005 by R. Johnson
When a Key Repairman (Nick Nolte) cheats on his Attractive Wife (Julie Chrsitie in a Oscar Nominated Role), a has been actress for a younger woman (Lara Flynn Boyle) but when his... Read morePublished on January 15, 2002 by Christian Pelchat
A fading light that illuminates the day, when it's too late to change anything about it, is the Afterglow. Read morePublished on March 5, 2001 by Mr. Cairene