Another in a long line of parodies, remakes, retellings, and revivals of the of Cinderella, After the Ball is a modern story inspired by the classic fairy tale.
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One man’s overreaction after an altercation at his job sets him on edge.
One hundred years ago, almost to the exact day, a terrible genocide occurred in the Ottoman empire. The systematic extinction of somewhere around 1.5 million Armenians is less well known than the Holocaust, but no less terrible. Despite that, it is still denied by the Turkish government today. This film is a fictional story of a small group of actors determined to put on a play depicting those events. It is, however, no ordinary play.
Alex (Mary Elizabeth Winstead) is a workaholic environmental lawyer. Luckily, her wonderful husband George (director Chris Messina) helps to juggle her young son Dakota’s school schedule, cooking for the household, and taking care of her aging and eccentric father. Too bad for her, George is tired of it all and with no warning walks out.
What starts out as a seemingly (relatively) innocent clique of high school girls turns a dark corner. With accusations of satanic rituals, sexual assault, and violence mounting a sisterhood of suspected witches faces the tough choice of breaking their vows of silence, or speaking up to defend their suspicious activities.
What happens when a middle-aged husband and wife, whose life feels like it’s gotten stale from disuse, make friends with a couple of youthful hipsters?
With a franchise that just seems to get better each time around, the seventh entry promises to be not only action packed, but to pack an emotional punch as well. Does Furious 7 deliver?