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rare female film critic | by maryann johanson

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The Aftermath red light

MaryAnn’s quick take: Post WWII upheaval is The Aftermath’s cheap backdrop to beautiful people getting it on. Characters and situations are undeveloped, and there’s little genuine romance here, and too much laughable preposterousness. Read the review…

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