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At the end of A Most Wanted Man, Gunther

drives somewhere, gets out of his car, and walks off

And then the movie ends. Where did he drive, and what is the significance of that scene?

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Maybe related to this question: movies.stackexchange.com/q/23387/49? –  Napoleon Wilson Aug 22 '14 at 16:51

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I think it is as simple as this: Gunther was angry that he had been taken advantage of, but there was nothing he could do -- so he left.

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It never focuses on the second car up after he parks but it matches color and clothing of the American lady and her car. Also when he gets out of his van to smoke he gives a long stare and a possible signal toward the American agent's vehicle as it drives up. Significance is that he was in on it as well, but it could just be coincidence.

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