“Night Sky” tried its damnedest to present an idea(l) world where the ‘afterlife’ is a city on a planet somewhere in space. If the place was so wonderful, why did Jude choose to escape from it?
When a screenwriter wants to present a concept of Heaven (in whatever form), he (or she) thinks it’s better to make it ‘real’ for the viewer. That’s where he (or she) is mistaken. We all have a version of heaven in our hearts which links us to an afterlife ‘somewhere over the rainbow’. Each version is individualized to match our vibration. It is not a bog standard image, but a specialized/particularized place for like-minded individuals. There would be no wish to leave it, until it’s time to come back down to earth for the next lesson in our whole life’s journey.
We just need to remember that Heaven (whatever that is) resides outside time and space.