I was told once that it is bad form to start an article or speech with a question, however this film seems to require a question to be asked … so now that I have the statement out of the way let me ask you that question. If you could have just one memory in your life to live in forever what would that memory be? This is the question proposed in Hirokazu Koreeda’s movie After Life. The premise is simple, after death the dead arrive at a sort of clearing house and are given one week to choose a memory from their life in which to spend eternity. At the end of that week the moment is reconstructed and the dead spend eternity in that moment. There is a catch.