itably befalls us all, but "Hereafter" follows a few whose lives are consumed well before their time.
Written by Peter Morgan ("Frost/Nixon") and directed by Clint Eastwood ("Invictus"), the film follows three people driven by death in different ways.
George Lonegan (Matt Damon, "Green Zone") is a factory worker trying to turn a blue collar to his former career as a psychic who channels the dead. Since an illness as a child, he has been able to see and communicate with the spirits surrounding those he touches.
His older brother, Billy (Jay Mohr, TV's "Gary Unmarried"), can't understand why George doesn't use his very real talents to make a living. It's a curse, not a gift, George insists, a skill that prevents him from living a normal life.
After almost drowning after a tsunami while vacationing with her boss/lover, Dider (Thierry Neuvic, "Tell No One"), TV journalist Marie LeLay (C