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Victoria Justice stars as Cassie, a 24-year-old social butterfly who dies after celebrating her birthday with her childhood best friend and roommate Lisa (Midori Francis).
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Before smashing her head on the bathroom toilet seat after waking up with the worst hangover, the lifelong pals got into a massive squabble after Lisa accused Cassie of putting her social life before their friendship.
Cassie also has a strained relationship with dad, Howie (Adam Garcia), and a non-existent one with her mum, Sofia (Gloria Garcia), who walked out on their family when Cassie was young.
She wakes up in the office of an angel handler named Val (Robyn Scott) who explains that Cassie has been dead for almost a year and before reaching the "afterlife party in heaven" she has five days to make amends with a list of people on earth as a guardian angel.
The list includes her best friend Lisa, her father and her mother Sofia. However, Cassie has to try figure out the best way to help each of them to make it to heaven before time runs out and she's sent to hell, 'the below'.
Viewers have been left "sobbing" after watching Cassie 'visit' her loved ones on earth after her death.
"I did not expect Afterlife of the Party to make me cry, but omg I was sobbing near the end," one viewer tweeted.
Another fan revealed the effect the film had on them, writing: "Didn't expect Afterlife of the Party to be an emotional ride thank you Victoria for the amazing performance,Ii really haven't cried watching a movie for a long time."
While a third woman said: "Watching Afterlife of the Party currently sobbing my eyes out."
"Tell me why i was SOBBING repeatedly and hysterically watching Afterlife of the Party," shared one other Netflix fan.
Another viewer said the film made them think about their own life and urged her followers to give it a stream. "This movie is the only movie that made me realize a lot of things in just two hours. It made me value my life and everyone I love more.
"Life is short but there is so much more to life than we ever imagined. So if you haven't watched Afterlife of the Party yet then watch it already!"
Afterlife of the Party is available to watch on Netflix now.
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