Brilliant Conversations about Life and Dreams...
Anthony from Limerick, 26 Oct 2009
This is one of my faves of all time. The long peripatetic conversation scenes are ontological. The attempts at existentialist exchanges are a bit imperfect, and therefore real. This is a unique piece of art, about dreams of a young age, and serendipities of the future that brings people together in a special even if ephemeral manner... Must see!
Ciaran from Dublin, 06 Jul 2007
A sequel to an excellent movie, this tries to do it all the same, and it does it well. Fans of the original will probably welcome revisiting the two charcters 10 years after they spend the night chatting in the first outing. Maybe it's just the passing of time though as I didn't find this as enthralling as the original.
V. Jane from Kerry, 03 Nov 2015
Absolutely hated this film. Made it through 45 minutes (I liked the idea and really wanted to like the film) before turning it off. I rarely ever do that but this was the most uncomfortable, plodding film I've ever seen.
jacky from Cork, 19 Jul 2007
takes you by surprise with all the dialogue in the begining but this is a must see thought provoking movie im sure all people have felt this way at some stage in their life!Im off to see the follow up After sunset!
It was a sequel?
David from Dublin, 03 Nov 2007
I didnt know this was a sequel, but now I want to see the original. IMDB gives it a great rating and they were right. No explosions and aliens just a sweet real world(ish) romance