Why are there so many bad reviews here? This film is definitely underrated and misunderstood. I found it depressing and disturbing yet a refreshing take on life after death. The main character Anna (Christina Ricci) is a sad, confused woman who is afraid to love, so she pushes her boyfriend Paul (Justin Long) away even though his love for her stays strong. One night after a dinner with Paul, and him almost proposing, she drives off upset and gets into a car crash which supposedly causes her death. She awakens to the face of Elliott Deacon (Liam Neeson) who is a funeral director that tries to convince her that only he can talk to the dead. Anna is not the only one who refuses to believe it - Paul doesn't believe that she is really dead either, he notices a few signs that make sense that Anna must still be alive and that Elliott is a complete nut case. But is he? The film is really different, it actually makes you think. It's also dark and eerie which is perfect for horror/thriller lovers. Sexual content includes some nudity throughout the middle of the film - Anna appears topless for a good 5-6 minutes straight. There is one quick sex scene which is the opening scene of the film where you see Anna's breasts for a few seconds - also a nightmare shower scene with her breasts shown. During a viewing of dead bodies, a perverted man tries to take a look at Anna's naked body under the sheet. Violence includes non-graphic car crashes, an upset guy hits a small child out of anger but then apologizes, lots of frightening scenes with dead corpses' that come alive, arguments, and some gory scenes. Language is strong with many "F" words present. Prescription pills and drugs that are injected into Anna are used. Certainly not for kids! Want more good reviews? Read them on IMDB site and see why this is actualy a very good movie!