The film “Life After Death” tells the stories of four actors dying or mourning the death of their relatives. The actors were chosen to represent different generations. Portraits of the actors’ distinct generations help reveal the differences and similarities in the attitudes towards the death of oneself and the loss of a loved one. The stories of the different actors are edited in the principles of a parallel montage. This creates meaningful connections between the four actors' stories, transforming the film into a reflection of the proximity of death and the fragility of life.