After

Character: Hardin Scott

Created by: Anna Todd

Directed by: Jenny Gage

Written by: Susan McMartin, Tamara Chestna, Jenny Gage

Produced by: Jennifer Gibgot, Courtney Solomon, Mark Canton, Aron Levitz, Anna Todd, Meadow Williams, Dennis Pelino

Cast Members: Josephine Langford, Selma Blair, Inanna Sarkis, Shane Paul McGhie, Pia Mia, Khadijha, Red Thunder, Dylan Arnold, Samuel Larsen, Jennifer Beals, Peter Gallagher

Released date: April 12, 2019

Genre: Drama, Romance

Based on Anna Todd's novel, AFTER follows Tessa (Langford), a dedicated student, dutiful daughter, and loyal girlfriend to her high-school sweetheart, as she enters her first semester in college armed with grand ambitions for her future. Her guarded world opens up when she meets the dark, mysterious Hardin Scott (Tiffin), a magnetic, brooding rebel who makes her question all she thought she knew about herself and what she wants from life.

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Taglines:

  • After Your First, Life is Never the Same.
  • Based on the best-selling worldwide phenomenon.

Trivia and Goofs:

  • Hardin’s copy of Wuthering Heights is the copy that Anna Todd has had since she was a teenager.
  • The word tattooed on Hardin’s right wrist is in Hebrew. It means “mother”.
  • Although Hardin is a year older than Tessa, Hero Fiennes Tiffin is actually three months younger than Josephine Langford
  • Hardin and Tessa go to an aquarium that has a whale shark. The only aquarium outside of Asia that has whale sharks is in Georgia, where the movie was filmed, but the story takes place in Washington state.
  • During Tessa’s debate with Hardin about “Pride and Prejudice”, one of Hardin’s many tattoos shown is one in Hebrew on his right upper arm. The letters of these two words are written backwards on his arm (left to right), thus the words don’t make any sense that way. They’re supposed to be written from right to left, and they mean: “We are all stupid”..

Quotes:

  • She took my hand and led me out of the darkness and showed me that whatever our souls are made of, hers and mine are the same.

 

Script developed by Never Enough Design