Title of this film?
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Can anyone ID this Japanese film?

There are some people in a winter villa, waiting for their entrance to the afterlife. While they are there they get to take memories of their past lives with them to the afterlife, but the deal is they each can only take just one memory.

There are two formally dressed interviewers who help them by listening to their recollections and asking questions. I remember there was snow everywhere.

I thought maybe it was called 'An Everlasting Life' or 'An Eternity of Life', but IMDB doesn't recognise either. I think it was released about five or ten years ago?

Anyone? Thanks.
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If you could only take one memory with you for the rest of eternity, which would you choose? Posed with this question, Hirokazu Kore-Eda ("Maborosi") documents the answers in his new film, "Afterlife." Part scripted, part documentary, the film brings up questions of reality and memory, forcing the audience to contemplate the question themselves.

AFTERLIFE
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'Afterlife'? A word I already used in my post but didn't realise the word itself was actually the damn title? lol! Thanks, man.

In case anyone's interested: Wandâfuru raifu http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0165078

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thanks for the link, very interesting indeed.
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After Life?
I remember it being considered to be the 119 best film of all time by Halliwell

*you know, after 1089 CR points you should know by now how to use the edit button instead of double posting. Please use the edit button
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if i told u it would just be wrong
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