I cannot find a good trailer of the movie in You Tube, so I just shared this video instead - just to give you some snippets from the movie. If you weren't able to watch this, I copied the synopsis from Yahoo! Movies:
Chris and Annie Nielsen's children are both killed, and then a few years later Chris himself dies in an accident. Chris goes to heaven, a place built of his imagination, and the paintings he loved in life. He discovers from an angel that Annie has committed suicide, as she is bereft without her family. Chris determines to search for her, but as he has gone to heaven and she to hell, he must endure great hardships to find her.
This movie came at the right time. I quit college, tried to stay away from "life" by living with my aunt in La Union where no one (except my relatives) know me. Something happened to me that I was thinking of having suicide, but didn't have the courage to do it.
Before I went to La Union, a classmate of mine already spoke about this movie, so when I found a shop that rents VHS tapes had this movie on their rack, I borrowed it for curiosity's sake. It was quite a heavy movie... but the scene where Chris did all he could to save his wife from hell made me happy I didn't kill myself when I thought about having a suicide. No one knows for sure if heaven and hell really exist, but... what if I did commit suicide? Who will save my soul then? After watching this movie, I did tell myself I will never think about doing suicide again.
This movie is something that will forever be special to me. Sure, I might forget some scenes and the names of the actors... but the very jist of this movie I will never forget.
*** Jenn ***