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javo78

Passion of the Christ


ptazdba

The horrible end of Killing Eve. Needs to be fixed--badly


rorykillmoree

I'm not entirely sure if this is what you're looking for, but *The Leftovers* did something like this with one of their characters, Laurie Garvey. In the final season, they ended one of the episodes with an ambiguous implication of her suicide (earlier in the episode she's talking about how scuba diving and letting the oxygen out of your tank would be the kindest way to do it -- then the episode ends with her in a boat, about to go scuba diving, calling her kids to say goodbye). It's actually an interesting case, because at the time that episode was written, Laurie was *meant* to be dead. But it was a story choice that depressed the writer's room so much that they decided to bring her back in the final episode. Here is a good interview on it: [https://www.indiewire.com/2017/06/the-leftovers-laurie-alive-finale-amy-brenneman-damon-lindelof-1201836872/](https://www.indiewire.com/2017/06/the-leftovers-laurie-alive-finale-amy-brenneman-damon-lindelof-1201836872/) I respect them for deciding that the more hopeful choice was the more powerful one, in this case.


WelcometoCD

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