Making a passable end to a movie shouldn’t be a weak coronary heart. Get it mistaken and the public hates you. You'll be ridiculed years later. Ok, it might not get so dangerous, but why take the prospect?
Making a passable ending for a movie that is fragile can also be twice as troublesome. The public must take care. The story have to be true. On the end is singing. After which, should you're fortunate, your heart will break.
These 10 films do every part and then some.
1. Blow Out (Brian De Palma, 1981)