What happens to you after you die? Nothing. Your brain cells cease functioning, and you cease to exist, as explained here. The idea of an afterlife is a fairytale.
Since it is imaginary, and since people don’t like the idea of ceasing to exist, people have been able to invent a million different stories for what happens in “the afterlife”. Here a lawyer babbles on about it:
Here are 20 more inventions:
What happens to us after we die? The hell if we know. If the imaginations of filmmakers new and old can be trusted, though, then we should all start “Kumbaya” immediately, because the afterlife for those who spent their lives indulging in sin isn’t pretty. As French provocateur Gaspar Noé sees it, the world beyond the grave is all-out destruction to the senses. The singular writer-director’s latest batch of brain-pummeling debauchery is Enter the Void, which opens in limited release this weekend. With an arsenal of visual trickery (first-person POV sequences, drug trips represented as hallucinogenic light-shows), Noé tackles post-death existence through the eyes of a murdered drug dealer. While Enter the Void is arguably the most bat-shit interpretation of the hereafter to date, it’s by no means the only one of its kind. We give you cinema’s 20 craziest visions of the afterlife…