In the movie Se7en, a plot line is around whether detective Somerset is going to retire.
- During the initial wife-shoots-husband scene, an unnamed detective berates Somerset by saying: we will be so happy to be rid of you.
- Captain of the precinct, while handing over a bottle of plastics to Somerset, tries to convince him to stay with the force.
- After detective Mills shoots John Doe, the Captain asks Somerset again, and this time he replies, I will be around, around. Followed by a narration of "the world is a nice place and worth fighting for, I believe the second part."
I have this feeling Somerset decides to stay with the police force after all that happens.
Is there any way to clarify this?