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THE WONDER Ending Explained | Full Movie Breakdown, Fourth Wall Breaks, Themes And Review

THE WONDER Ending Explained | Full Movie Breakdown, Fourth Wall Breaks, Themes And Review. We review, recap and explained Netflix’s The Wonder and talk about the fourth wall breaks and how they tie in with the great themes of this Florence Pugh movie

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Alright so Florence Pugh’s latest movie The Wonder is now on Netflix, and no wonder you clicked this because this psychological drama is a heck of a weird period piece. But in this video we’re going to break down the story, explain that ending, the fourth wall breaks, our reaction and review, along with touching on some themes and messages cleverly tucked away in The Wonder.

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With that out of the way, a huge thank you for clicking this, I’m your host Jared, now let’s get into the video.

Alright so a quick set up of the plot reveals Mrs. Elizabeth Wright, played by Florence Pugh, is a nurse from England, who has been called to the secluded Irish countryside in 1862, nearly a decade after the great famine. In doing so she, along with a nun, have been hired by a committee of elders in the town to investigate a unique situation… A young girl named Anna, who seemingly hasn’t eaten anything in nearly 4 months.

This oddity, some might even say a miracle, is at the center of the film. Why hasn’t she eaten? Does she not have to? Is she a plant, and solely lives off of Chlorophyll now. “More like Boreaphyll….right?” With the elders calling in a nurse and a nun, it is this interesting dynamic between science and religion, essentially one’s beliefs. What do you BELIEVE is actually happening with this young girl, what story are you going to take to heart?

Now this whole idea of belief is what almost everything in The Wonder is centered around. Hell, even the opening, breaking the fourth wall moment, the narrator tells us this is a movie. To believe in the characters’ stories with complete devotion. We are nothing without stories, and we invite you to believe in this one… Believe me, pun intended, but I was instantly confused by why they were showing the behind the scenes workings of film production with this ethereal music. However it instantly grabs you, allowing you to believe in what you want about this, everyone has a story.

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