Film Language Tag: closing sequence

The plot will typically resolve its casual issues by bringing the development to its high point, or climax. In the climax, the action is presented as having a narrow range of possible outcomes. [...] A few narratives, however, are deliberately anticlimactic. After creating expectations about how the cause-and-effect chain will be resolved, the film scotches them by refusing to settle things definitely. Bordwell, David, et al. Film Art: an Introduction. 11th ed. McGraw-Hill Education, 2017.

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