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At the end of the movie, we see Allie and Noah dead together holding each others hand. I think that Noah had been trying for a couple of times to let Allie remember everything permanently, but as he expected "miracle" did not happen a single time and everytime she lost everything. Now my question is how did they die together? As this was not the first time Allie forgot everything, I don't believe it was a serious physical problem that can cause death. Apparently, Noah was also not sick, although he got a heart attack but I believe it was out of his sorrow for again losing her. He was there to help Allie. So how come they died together? Did they commit suicide?

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from what i can recall, no. but it's been too long to give a good answer. but still, my instincts/memories say no. – DForck42 Jan 14 '13 at 21:32
But then how could they die at the same time being not seriously ill? – Mistu4u Jan 15 '13 at 3:50
@Mistu4u Because Nicholas Sparks. – TylerShads Jan 15 '13 at 14:22
@TylerShads, What do you wanna say? :o – Mistu4u Jan 15 '13 at 14:30
No, thats the reason. He is famous for writing chick novels that typically have the same premise and always has kooky things to symbolize eternal love like 'dying together suddenly' in a deus ex machina fashion – TylerShads Jan 15 '13 at 15:28

There is no mention of them committing suicide. The whole premise of the end of the film is that Allie remembered everything and that she and Noah died together at the same time because their love was so strong.

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I do think that suicide is implied at the end. There is Allie's question to Noah if they can die together and his answer is that he believes they can do whatever they want to just like romeo and juliet...

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