Wes Anderson's Rushmore closes with a scene where Miss Cross asks Max if he wants to dance. He gets the DJ to change the music to the song Ooh la la by The Faces. Miss Cross then removes his glasses and there's a lot of staring into each others eyes before she pulls him onto the floor.
All this happens after Miss Cross makes up with Herman Blume while Max seems to enter a relationship with Margaret.
So, what is this scene supposed to represent? Is the love triangle still unresolved? Does Miss Cross now see Max as a mature man? Is there some meaning to the song?