What didn't you understand?
@OfDeath the picture scene at the end. Where he was in the photo. There were actually a lot of things in that movie that were probably all tied together that I just didn't catch on to. I enjoyed it but it didn't quite make sense. I haven't watched it in a long time though maybe I should watch it again it will probably make more sense.
@Account2 I think it shows that the he was some kind of doppleganger to the house keeper before him and he was destined to be there.
@the_imperfectionist but I diddn seeshim in the first? Is was just the last one
@Account2 it might show that his soul is now hound to the house
@the_imperfectionist hath Maybe that stounds smart.
The answer is that the hotel now has his soul and it is as if he has always been there. That's why he is in a photo from the hotel's past. He is condemned to the hotel in all dimensions. A ghastly embodiment of the hotel's evil.
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Just about like, what happened. I understood it. It just took me a little bit to process what had happened and all that. It's quite a deep movie
Good video about that on the Film Theorists on YouTube
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I agree %100 on that I saw the whole of that film and then at the point it ended I was like what was the whole ****ing point of watching it all just for it to the end in the way that it did I was furious with how it ended just absolutely furious. X
Same, lol. To make things worse we were doing a movie analysis paper on it for a college class and I was beyond lost with the ending. 😂😂😂
I still remember when I watched Interstellar, I was so stunned. I was an awesome movie
Yeah the movie is good, but can you explain the ending?
That movie was about an extraterrestrial experiment.The alien xenosociologist, played by Linus Roche at the end, was testing the strength of bond between mother and child. Because he wasn't getting the results he wanted (... that he could break that bond), his efforts became increasingly cruel and aliens terminated his experiment, so everything returns to normal and she gets her kid back.
@abc3643 so that's why everything went back to normal as if none it actually happened?
Yes, that's right.The aliens reset everything; they stopped the experiment when they saw the alien scientist was out of control. Something that is important to realize is that this was a psychological experiment and the scientist was so upset with her that he wasn't getting his results that he actually told her what he was doing - so he actually obliterated his own experiment; any results would have then been invalid, so it could not have continued anyway.
@abc3643 that ending bugged the fuck out of me, I knew what was going on, but now it makes total sense, thanks so much.
Fromhttps://www.moviemistakes.com/film4538/endingThe children were taken by aliens when they left on the plane to go to camp-- and the characters talk about the aliens conducting tests, but it was not the children who were the subject of these tests. Telly was one of the subjects of an elaborate experiment conducted by an alien who wanted to study just how strong of a relationship a parent has with a child and whether a parent could ever forget the existence of his/her tie. Telly was the only parent who never forgot her son. The alien finally reveals the scheme to her and then tries to take her last memory of her son away from her-- but fails and his experiment is forcibly ended by (we can only assume) the alien bosses who literally "pull" him from the project. Telly returns to her neighbourhood and finds her son and everything is as it was before her son disappeared.
@abc3643 I said I get what was happening, I just didn't understand how everything went back to normal in the ending is all.