A man in his mid-thirties searches for meaning in the aftermath of a relationship.

After You Left embraces the fine line between art and life––between the story being told and the lives of those telling it. The result is a uniquely realistic and intimate portrait of love and loss, as well as a profoundly personal reflection of the moment in which it was made.


". . . a real gem. Painfully funny, exquisitely acted, acutely observed. So nuanced and utterly true."

–Doug Wright (Pulitzer Prize and Tony Award-winning writer of "Quills" and "Grey Gardens")

"Conceived and visualized with a minimalism and naturalism rarely evident in short films these days, After You Left is an honest portrayal of the uncharted waters of life after the end of a relationship."

–Andrew Meyer (Producer: "The Breakfast Club", "Fried Green Tomatoes")

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