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Nine desperate survivors of a nuclear holocaust must decide whether to die in their shelter or face the unknown terrors of the outside world. They have to wait for news from the government while fending off hunger, radiation sickness, and a horde of frightened and dying refugees.
There's a compelling idea at work here, as well as an admirable willingness to explore the darkest reaches of that idea. Those things are, however, continually undone by a misguided script and weak direction.
Aftermath's strongest sequence is its opening, as the crisis unfolds and everybody speeds to shelter. The breakneck pace of this does a good job of building up adrenaline and crating a sense of high drama that lingers even when the story slows down.