'After The Dark' is a science fiction and psychological thriller film which is written and directed by John Huddles and released on 2013. Zimit (James D'Arcy) is a Philosophy teacher. He teaches his twenty students and exercises to prepare them for their future world. On the last day of his class, he teaches them a final exercise in which they will face an atomic apocalypse in future, but in their mind. There is a bunker ready to protect them from the disaster for a year, but it only allows ten people. Zimit asks his students to decide who of them are fit to reestablish a new human race and they will enter the bunker and wait till the disaster is over. The top student of them is Petra (Sophie Lowe). She initially refuses it, but Zimit threatens to lower her academic score. They all participate. Zimit killed 10 of them who are not fit, of course in their mind in that training class. The rest 10 students finally outrun Zimit and keep him outside the bunker. But they don't know that only Zimit knows the password to open the main gate. So, Zimit dies, and those 10 students are waiting to accept their death.
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Best part of story, including ending:
It is a reality. In future it may happen. Then we have to decide like them. It's a good story.
Best scene in story:
When Zimit is dead outside the bunker saying that, only he know the password to reopen the gate.
Opinion about the main character:
Our main character Sophie is always on the side of good. She tried to save everyone in the training exercise. She is a perfect leader of them.