The film was originally released in the United States under the title Stairway to Heaven, which derived from the film's most prominent special effect: a broad escalator linking Earth to the afterlife.

The decision to film the scenes of the Other World in black and white added to the complications.

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Reeves and Farlan both cite examples from British and world history to support their positions.

In the end, Reeves has June take the stand (Conductor 71 makes her fall asleep in the "real" world by so she can testify) and proves that she genuinely loves Peter by telling her that the only way to save his life is to take his place.

She steps onto the stairway to the Other World without hesitation and is carried away, leaving Peter behind.

Then the stairway comes to an abrupt halt and June rushes back to Peter's open arms. nothing is stronger than the law in the universe, but on Earth, nothing is stronger than love." The jury rules in Peter's favour.

They were filmed in Three-strip Technicolor, but the colour was not fully developed, giving a pearly hue to the black and white shots, a process cited in the screen credits as "Colour and Dye-Monochrome Processed in Technicolor". Photographic dissolves between "Technicolor Dye-Monochrome" (the Other World) and Three-Strip Technicolor (Earth) are used several times during the film.

In 1999, A Matter of Life and Death placed 20th on the British Film Institute's list of Best 100 British films.The scene then shifts to the operating room, where the surgery is declared a success by the surgeon.Cast notes: Goring was offered the role of the Conductor, but insisted that he wanted to play Peter instead; however, Powell and Pressburger were set on Niven playing the part, and eventually told Goring that the Conductor was his only choice: if he turned it down, they would approach Peter Ustinov to play the part.Reeves is killed in a motorcycle accident while trying to find the ambulance that is to take Peter to the hospital, which allows him to act as Peter's counsel.Reeves argues that, through no fault of his own, his client was given additional time on Earth and that, during that time, he has fallen in love and now has an earthly commitment that should take precedence over the afterlife's claim on him.He manages to contact June, an American radio operator based in England and talks with her for a few minutes before jumping without a parachute.