I know! "je" in this sentence sounded like it ended in "m" for some reason.
No. After only works when there is movement. You go, walk, run, waddle, hike, drive, roll, swim or fly after someone else, or you sit, hang or stand behind someone else. You can also go, walk, run, waddle, hike, drive, roll, swim or fly behind someone else, i.e. behind the back of another person who is not moving. But if you sit, hang or stand after someone it means that the other person did it first, and now you are doing it later. This temporal meaning does not seem to exist in Dutch.