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The film is based on the Japanese light novel All You Need Is Kill by Hiroshi Sakurazaka.
When they were both killed in battle, Cage in the invasion of Normandy in France and Vrataski at the battle of Verdun, both were severely injured. Both had killed an "Alpha" alien mimic and when the Alpha's blood splashed on them and entered any open wounds they had, they gained the same power the Omega mimic had to loop time.
Rita tells Cage that she lost her power when she received a blood transfusion while her combat wounds were being treated. She stated that she could sense the Omega and stopped sensing it before she could get to it, signaling an end to her power.
Cage and Rita arrive at the Louvre, where they share a kiss, and then Rita lures the Alpha away while Cage dives into the pool with a belt of grenades. Though Cage is fatally injured, the grenades detonate, and the Omega is killed. However, the Omega's blood seeps into Cage's body. Cage wakes in the helicopter on his way to General Brigham's office, before he tried to blackmail the General. News arrives that there was an unexplained energy pulse detected in Paris and that the Mimics seem to have lost their ability to fight, implying that the Omega has been destroyed despite Cage's last time jump. Cage visits Vrataski who, from her point of view, is meeting him for the first time. Cage grins.
That song is called "Love Me Again" by John Newman.
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