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I have seen thousands of films the last 35 years, but it seems that today film makers are less and less bothered about a good ending. The acting was OK in it, actually deserves a 7, the location looked OK, another 7, The story line and subject was fine, 7 again, but I guess the film maker had no money left over for a normal ending. And that makes it worth a 1. You wouldn't by a car without engine, or a house without a roof, would you? Even an empty bread bag would not pass a till.
I couldn't have cared if she would survived, got killed, turned into a privacy activist or what ever, but pls pls pls, give films an ending.
As from 2010, the difference in a good film or a bad film seems to focus on the end of the story. Imagine: The Green Mile without the end scene between two older people, The sixth sense without explaining at the end that the guy actually was dead all the film long, The Hunger Games missing part 4? That's what the "ratter" is about. Quick and cheap productions without an end... Thanks.
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