It seems like The Uncut Gems ending comes almost like a sigh of relief owing to the fact that released the audience from two hours of unnerving and unrestrained stress courtesy of its main character, Howard Ratner. Directed by Benny and Josh Safdie, the film involves Ratner a charismatic and eccentric jeweler in the Big Apple’s Diamond District.
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However, through a series of unfortunate events of bets and the drowning in loan Ratner gets his big break. Ratner’s gambling obsession is all the more fueled by his crippling marriage with Dinah (Idina Menzel) and his off-the-rails affair with his much younger employee, Julia (Julia Fox).
As the film progresses there is a sudden wave of paranoia and extreme level of fright couple with an intense series of events onto the audience. All these sums up to be quite nerve-wracking as the film reached its ending.
What Was The Ending All About? Details Given Below.
However, the Climax is also as stressful as the rest of the film. The climax rather than bringing on a conclusion led to more questions that were left unsolved. The film ends with a final shot that leaves off on Howard’s corpse, lying on its back and staring up at the sky in a rapidly increasing pool of blood. It shows how the character’s life ended in a pool of blood ultimately leading to his tragic death.
The camera takes a rather unfortunate angle that focuses on to the bullet hole in Howard’s cheek and through his head. The climax conveys a life lesson that mainly treats Howard’s greed and how it led to his eventual death. The director has earlier opened up about the symbolic value of the gemstone. The peering into the gemstone is a metaphor for the circle of life.
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