Where the Sequel Takes Place


In 2019, a novel written by Anna Todd titled After — which started off as Harry-Styles-inspired fan fiction, believe it or not — was adapted into a movie. The story follows the steamy love affair between Tessa Young and Hardin Scott, whose relationship has been described as a teenage version of 50 Shades of Gray.

Since the film’s sequel, After We Collided, dropped on Netflix on Dec. 22, viewers have been curious: What are the filming locations of the franchise’s second installment?

What is ‘After We Collided’ about?

In After We Collided, Tessa (Josephine Langford) and Hardin Scott (Hero Fiennes Tiffin) deal with the aftermath from the first movie when Tessa discovers Hardin only dated her in order to break her heart for a bet.

Their relationship is further tested when Tessa begins an internship and meets a handsome co-worker, Trevor Matthews (Dylan Sprouse). Oh, and let’s not forget the unpredictable/borderline stalker-ish way in which Hardin treats Tessa, which further complicates things.

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“People can think that Hardin’s a bad example — but he’s not supposed to be a good example for a boyfriend,” author of the series, Anna Todd, told Refinery29 in 2019. “Anna and Hardin talk about how their relationship is bad. It’s very clear that they’re both unhappy most of the time.”

“Their relationship progresses only when he goes to therapy and he starts boxing as an outlet, and there is a lot of work and self-development that is done,” Josephine told Teen Vogue in October 2020. “They have a lot of distance apart, and a lot of time apart, and then they come and they find each other.”

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The actress continued, “Not to spoil it to anyone who hasn’t finished the story, but that is the development and the progression of their relationship. It’s about two people who each had different forms of childhood trauma, and this very intense, very messy relationship, and how it changes over time.”

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