Tessa and Hardin decide to take a break from the new ‘After – Chapter 4’ trailer. A last film to conclude the romantic saga drawn from the novels of Anna Todd.
After 4 : the conclusion of a long romance
Slowly but surely, the romance between Tessa Young and Hardin Scott will have its conclusion. The saga After (from the novels of Anna Todd) debuted in 2019 at the cinema. A first film sold as a sulphurous romance between a good girl and a bad boy. Nothing very original, but enough to attract a young audience who would either take this story with a certain second degree, or would be satisfied with an eroticism soft as possible. Two sequels have thus emerged and a fourth opus is about to be released: After – Chapter 4. A final feature film to end the saga, or almost. Indeed, a prequel on Hardin’s past, and a sequel on the couple’s children are in preparation.
Re After 4, we will therefore find the couple who still have a hard time maintaining their relationship. It must be said that already in the previous films we had trouble what held Tessa back. The young girl will have spent her time undergoing Hardin’s absurd jealousy and possessiveness. In the end, we would have liked her to find someone more stable. But that’s not the story Anna Todd wanted to tell. And once again, the couple will be at their worst, as we can see in the new trailer (in one article).
Hardin embarks on a novel
While they seem determined to take a break, Hardin will launch into writing a novel to tell about his relationship with Tessa. A novel that he names without surprise: After. His decision will not delight Tessa who does not necessarily want readers to discover a part of her life. But Hardin seems to need to go through it to settle his problems with his past which caused their separation.
After 4 will have a priori still its share of deceptively sulphurous sex scenes (which is what the saga sold on) and we expect Tessa and Hardin to do it again as soon as they cross paths throughout the film. It will be to discover on Amazon Prime Videoon an unspecified date.