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I'm shooting from the hip a bit (I didn't go re-watch the scene), but I think they are referring to what we'll be confronted with explicitly later in the film when The Architect reveals that (if we're counting from the emergence of one integral anomaly to the next), this is the 6th iteration. When Smith 1 says it is "happening exactly as before", I ...


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There are numerous cyclical themes in Dark. It is the defining motif across the seasons. Predominantly, it is used to refer to the fact that the events we are viewing are happening over and over. The predominant cause of that are Adam and Eve, who intentionally kill Martha/Jonas to set Jonas/Martha on a path that causes them to later become Adam/Eve; on top ...


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According to the instructions received, the two soldiers must have seen clearly, that they are going as a pair. They wanted to know, if there are another teams, that could be successful, if they fail. Risking 1600 lives, there certainly wouldn't be wise to depend on only one way to deliver the orders, but from many reasons General couldn't reveal it. In ...


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Carvers - Carvers is probably the surname of Number Seven, AKA Blaine the sniper, AKA “Guy that shot”. It might also be the acronym, CARVER, used by the US Army to determine sniper placement and usage, as well as target analysis. But, I doubt this is the case. It is more likely that he is falling back to his Army habits of addressing each other by last name. ...


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I believe it's in relation to an earlier conversation. Round about the 20 minute mark, the crew are on a boat just after One says "We're not the Cleavers", a family from television's Leave it to Beaver. During the final conversation, Seven mistakenly says "Carver", One corrects him and says "Cleaver", meaning that they are all ...


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