‘After Death’ a new film about near-death experiences

'After Death' a new film about near-death experiences

‘After Death’ a new film about near-death experiences

There’s a new film about NDEs showing in 2,200 theatres across The United States. It presents itself as a “faith-based” American Christian documentary film. It consists of intense high-resolution dramatisations of 10 near-death experiences including those of Mary Neal, Steve Kang, Don Piper, Dale Black, and Howard Storm. It also has interviews with Dr. Michael Sabom, Dr. Jeffrey Long, and Dr. Raymond Moody. For those familiar with the field of NDE studies there is nothing new here, except perhaps significant emphasis on negative near-death experiences claiming that 25% of NDEs are negative. IANDS on the other hand says it’s between 1 and 15 % and most end up being positive – See IANDS on distressing NDEs.


While it is wonderful to bring near-death experiences into the public eye and to provoke discussion, it is a real shame that films which try to prove life after death don’t also present the other twenty-plus areas of evidence for the afterlife. Mediumship, after-death contacts, deathbed visions, out-of-body experiences, pre-birth experiences, reincarnation research, the electronic voice phenomenon, and ITC, etc. have been researched by some of the greatest minds in history. They reinforce each other and together present “a bundle of sticks” where the whole is stronger than any one part alone.
See Evidence for the Afterlife.


It is interesting to compare the style of the film “After Death” with this video of cardiologist Dr. Pim van Lommel who became internationally known after his ground-breaking study on NDEs (Near Death Experiences) was published in the respected medical journal, The Lancet, in 2001. Clearly, these two presentations are designed for very different audiences.

By Victor Zammit

Afterlife Lawyer

Victor James Zammit, B.A.Grad. Dip.Ed. M.A. LL.B. Ph.D worked as an attorney in the Local Courts, District and Supreme Courts in Sydney Australia. For many years his main interest was in human rights and social justice. Around 1990 he began to experience spontaneous clairvoyance and clairaudience which led him to begin a systematic investigation of the afterlife. He was astonished to discover a hidden world of research that he felt provided overwhelming evidence for life after death. Since that time his priority has been sharing his discoveries on this website where an earlier version of this book was viewed by more than a million people.

(Source: victorzammit.com; November 3, 2023; https://tinyurl.com/ywhgfu3g)