How Christopher Nolan Ends a Film
Christopher Nolan is a master of narrative. In this video essay, Jacob T. Swinney takes a closer look at Nolan’s masterful endings, highlighting his tendency to subvert audience expectations at the end of act three, resulting in endings that are both unexpected and ambiguous, lingering in viewers’ minds long after the credits roll.
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