FIND THE EXPLANATION OF THE END OF THE LAST MERCENARY ON NETFLIX!
The Last Mercenary is available on Netflix! If you want to know all about the explanation for the end of The Last Mercenary, read on! The Last Mercenary of its original name is a comedy movie starring Jean-Claude Van Damme and which is directed by David Charhon, who also worked on the screenplay.
The storyline follows a former Secret Service agent whose son is accused of criminal activity, which puts him in danger. The former agent is due to travel to France to help his son. In the casting, we find: Jean-Claude Van Damme, Eric Judor, Miou-Miou, Alban Ivanov, Assa Sylla, Samir Decazza, Michel Crémadès! If you’ve completed the movie and have questions regarding the ending of The Last Mercenary, read on!
EXPLANATION OF THE END OF THE LAST MERCENARY!
At the end of The Last Mercenary, we discover that the villain behind the “Big Mac” plot, a weapon capable of destroying a city’s power grid, is neither an untrustworthy government employee, neither a sassy official nor a mafia hitman, wearing a golden speedo and having a release card. He was Richard’s longtime angel to his Charlie, Marguerite. She was doing it for the money, and her son was the cover of the French Mafia.
She is also disappointed with the way her whiny, yucca son turned out. And in true Seinfeld tradition, Richard’s team and one of those overzealous officials save the day by apprehending Marguerite before she can sell the big switch to the French union leader. At the end of The Last Mercenary, even though Richard has found a family with his team and reunited with his son, he presses the button, the lights go out and The Last Mercenary leaves, returning to a lonely existence.
The script of the movie can be interpreted as the generation gap between the pre and post-millennia. In comparison, the new generation is too gentle, too sensitive, and tends to avoid alcohol to cope with problems. You know, like a man. The younger generation is showing Richard that you can have both to overcome obstacles. He then demonstrates leadership and bravery to Archy. The basic theme is, “I don’t teach him, he’s the one who teaches me.” Richard leaves, perhaps thinking that he has now made his son fend for himself.