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comment What’s with the “dead” characters at the end?
I feel making it more spiritual would elude the feel of the movie and would distract. To be specific, I think it would hint to the paranormal in a more obvious way than them physically being there, and that would alienate the audience. (if they, for example, appeared as ghosts or apparitions there). It wouldn't be fitting.
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accepted Why does Jack Nicholson say “Here's Johnny!” in The Shining when his character is called Jack?
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asked Why does Jack Nicholson say “Here's Johnny!” in The Shining when his character is called Jack?
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comment Explanation of the ending of A Clockwork Orange
This is important - have you read the book yourself? I would love to gain some insight into what the original meaning, feeling and interpretation behind the book is, and how the movie misdirected the viewer's perspective on the story.
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comment Explanation of the ending of A Clockwork Orange
A very interesting view on the matter, and certainly food for thought. Thank you.
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