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Film Diary: After Life (1998), directed by Hirokazu Koreeda.
A week in the life of dead people. The most pragmatic movie about death I've ever seen, it is at times a mystery, a documentary, a movie about introspection and the meaning of life and memory with surreal Gondry-esque moments. It should be cheesy but it's not.
*not currently available through Netflix, but the Portland Library has it so check your local library