Leonardo DiCaprio and Martin Scorsese are back in the news because new photos from Scorsese’s next movie, Killers of the Flower Moon, have been released. The two of them have worked together on many movies, including The Wolf of Wall Street, The Departed, and The Aviator. They also worked on the mystery/thriller movie Shutter Island, which came out in 2010. It was set in the 1950s and had a confusing ending. Want to try to figure out what it means? We can help you.
The movie Shutter Island is based on the same-named novel by Dennis Lehane. It tells the story of U.S. Marshal Teddy Daniels (DiCaprio), who is looking into how a murderess got out of a fortress-like insane asylum on a remote island. Chuck Aule, his new partner, played by Mark Ruffalo, tries to make things better, but Teddy soon finds out that everyone on the island, including Chuck, might be playing a game against him. Teddy tries to save himself before he can even figure out where the patient went. He is trying to get his bearings and deal with the changing situation.
Even though the movie came out more than 10 years ago, you shouldn’t read on if you don’t want to know what happens. Here is all you need to know about how Shutter Island ends:
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What Happens At The End Of Shutter Island?
A big plot twist is that Teddy isn’t really Teddy and isn’t a U.S. Marshal either. Teddy is Andrew Laeddis, a crazy killer who is a patient in the mental hospital he is “investigating.” Andrew’s psychiatrist has told him to act out his crazy ideas. But this doesn’t work, and Andrew goes back to being crazy. At the end of the movie, he is taken to get a lobotomy.
At the end of the movie, Andrew says a line that doesn’t appear anywhere in the book. “I’m not sure which would be worse here,” he says. “would you rather live as a monster or die as a good man?”
What Does Shutter Island’s Ending Mean?
Maybe Andrew’s last line is just the ramblings of a crazy person. Or, he could be faking his relapse into madness and the role-playing as Teddy could have helped him get over his psychosis. Scorsese hasn’t said anything about the ending, so it’s up to the audience to figure out which is true.
At The End Of Shutter Island, What Happened To Andrew Laeddis?
Teddy is Andrew Laeddis, a crazy killer who is a patient in the mental hospital he is “investigating.” Andrew’s psychiatrist has told him to act out his crazy ideas. But this doesn’t work, and Andrew goes back to being crazy. At the end of the movie, he is taken to get a lobotomy.
Shutter Island Plot Details
Edward and Chuck end up on the island of Shutter. The captain tells them that there’s going to be a storm. Soon, we’ll talk about the storm. When they get to the island, they are both accompanied by guards who look very nervous. Edward has been right in beating up many of these guards (Andrew). They also play a part in the game. Edward and Chuck are told that Ward C is off-limits because it is for the most dangerous patients. Their guns are taken away by the guard. Their weapons are just toys. Chuck has never used a gun before, so it’s hard for him to get it out of the holster.
Where Can I Watch Shutter Island?
Right now, you can watch Shutter Island on Netflix or FuboTV.
Is Shutter Island A Real Story?
Unfortunately, “Shutter Island” isn’t based on a true story. The mystery was made up by the book’s author, Dennis Lehane, but that doesn’t mean there aren’t some true parts in there. It’s well known that Lehane based the story’s island on Long Island in Boston Harbor, which is also the name of the island.