Never After - Pilot

Never After - Pilot

Never After - Pilot is a TV movie starring Jo Caruana, Mario Cassar, and Jonathan Dunn. A comedy about life and what lies beyond, Never After tells the story of how a group of ghosts unexpectedly find themselves sharing their home...

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Anthony Edridge, Mario Cassar, Jo Caruana, Jonathan Dunn
Abigail Mallia
Carlos Debattista
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Comments about comedy «Never After - Pilot» (18)

Brandon C. avatar
Brandon C.

A comedy about life and what lies beyond, Never After tells the story of how a group of ghosts unexpectedly find themselves sharing their home with an assorted cast of living tenants. Following a period of debauchery, Percival Glanville Ormond, the sole heir to the family estate, has squandered all his inherited fortune and is literally at wit's end on what to do next. Destitute and out of options he makes his way to the last of his possessions: a stately but derelict summerhouse on a remote Island bathed by the southern Mediterranean sun. Weighing his options Percy soon realises his possibilities are slim, until in a moment of desperation, an idea ignites his fevered mind. Percy sets fire to the Palazzo in order to claim insurance money and start his life anew. However, a man dies in the fire. His name is Benjamin Cope and he is the series' narrator. Once Percy has collected the money from the insurance he goes on to build a block of apartments keeping the lavish penthouse for himself. The Lordling rents out the rest of the apartments to a colourful assortment of unsuspecting tenants drawn from all walks of life. The new inhabitants completely ignore the important fact that the Palazzo was and still is home to a host of Percy's ghostly ancestors and their servants drawn from a broad historical spectrum. Deeply affronted by Percival's grand act of vandalism and insulted by the presence of the newcomers (in what they consider to be their home), a faction within the ghosts find themselves at loggerheads with the living. It is only Benjamin, the most recent acquisition to the ghost camp, and Percy's deceased parents, Matty and Barthy, that hold Lloyd and Donna Amelia from open hostility. Gable, the poly-amorous pot smoking ghost, finds the new situation a golden opportunity for distraction, laden with voyeurism and other misadventures. Through a series of predicaments where one crisis follows another, the viewer watches the story of the two parties through their troubles, their love affairs and the perennial struggle to somehow coexist.

Barbara Adams avatar
Barbara Adams

Hilarious - smart and creative writing that keeps you interested. Great movie.

Gregory avatar

Special gratitude to Carlos Debattista for crafting the Masterpiece out of a great character. I fell in love with the flick!

Brandon Newman avatar
Brandon Newman

The most amazing, satisfying big Comedy film! In addition to being a visual triumph, the story blossoms in jawdropping ways.

Kenneth B. avatar
Kenneth B.

I can guarantee you will not be disappointed by this film. Why? For one thing, it Jonathan Dunn, Anthony Edridge, who I felt did a marvelous job!

Julie Shaw avatar
Julie Shaw

I've not seen a good movie like this for a while. It’s well acted and enjoyable.

Steven M. avatar
Steven M.

How could they manage to do this? WOW! Most enjoyable movie for me. Every moment with Mario Cassar on screen is awesome.

Keith avatar

If you're a Carlos Debattista fan, which I am, I think you will appreciate this film.

Jordan avatar

This is one of Abigail Mallia must see film.

Deborah Jones avatar
Deborah Jones

Five stars. It is what it is. Not gonna win any oscars, but much more fun than most oscar winners. Suspend your disbelief, sit back, and enjoy. And try not to take life too seriously.

Jane avatar

Absolutely awesome. Abigail Mallia is a visual genius, I mean he is able to center the whole film and the whole action on the feelings.

Denise avatar

It takes a very good movie to keep my attention. I found I had to remind myself to keep breathing!!