DISCOVER THE EXPLANATION OF THE END OF STILLWATER IN THE CINEMA! AKIM, THE NECKLACE, BILL, AND MORE.
Stillwater is available in theaters! If you’d like to know the explanation for Stillwater’s end, read on! In this movie, Matt Damon plays a conservative and jobless tough guy Bill, who travels from Oklahoma to France in the hope of helping his daughter Allison, trapped in a Marseille prison for killing her lover Lina, a murder that she claims not to have committed.
Once in town, language and cultural barriers hamper his attempts to right the perceived evil. The man eventually takes his daughter’s justice into his own hands and soon comes face to face with the likely killer. From there, Stillwater goes from a low-key social drama to a thrilling thriller, with plenty of twists and turns. To find out if it’s based on a true story, read this.
Considering how quickly things go in the movie’s third act, those who bought a ticket to see Stillwater may still be scratching their heads during the movie’s shocking final moments. We give you an explanation of the end of Stillwater.
EXPLANATION OF THE END OF STILLWATER
After the police visit and investigation, Virginia revealed to Bill that she knew everything he was doing and asked him to leave the house immediately. She didn’t want danger hanging over her daughter’s head because of Bill. Before leaving Marseille, Leparq communicated to Bill the new evidence that has come to light and on which the judge has agreed to reopen the investigation. Akim was never found, but the court released Allison. She returned to Oklahoma with Bill.
Back home, Bill brought the “Stillwater” necklace into the conversation. Allison realized that Bill knew her secret and therefore confessed that she handed the chain to Akim to get Lina out of her apartment. Lina had cheated on Allison. This has become a reason for the constant brawl between lovers.
But Lina was not ready to leave the apartment and, in anger, Allison took drastic measures. Yet she had no intention of killing her. There is a fine line between what is good and what is bad. Sometimes it is so transparent that you don’t understand when or where you crossed it.
Was Allison a monster? No, but she never accepted the truth, not until Bill brought up the “Stillwater” necklace, making her a sort of gray. In a brutal life, I guess having a grayish personality in a fast-drying world is fine.
Did Allison go to jail after this? No, but she felt a sense of loss because she lost her sweetheart Lina by making bad decisions in life.
At the end of Stillwater, Bill seems to conclude that Allison’s tearful confession (and the inevitable guilt behind it) is enough punishment for the young girl. Thus, he makes a solemn promise never to reveal his secret to anyone. Of course, it is not certain that this secret is kept, because, at the end of Stillwater, Akim is still at large.
Father and daughter have better hopes that Akim does not return Allison’s Stillwater necklace, still missing, while giving his side of the story. So goes the morally dark human drama “Stillwater“.