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[1: 810 of 10,000] Chloe’s Ending

In Review on October 23, 2012 at 9:11 PM

Last Scene from the movie Chloe (2009) – Moore wearing a hair piece.

The crazy thing about being a writer is being able to immediately come up with variety of conclusions especially if the writer required the audience to make their own conclusion.

I recently watched Chloe starred by Julianne Moore (Dr. Catherine Stewart) who had a very unusual affair with an escort played by Amanda Seyfried (Chloe).

Here is a quick evolution about the hair piece:

  • Chloe owns the hair piece. She tried to give it to Catherine but she refused.
  • Chloe later revealed that the hair piece was from her mom. Catherine accepted.
  • Chloe tried to kill Catherine with the hair piece at the latter’s own home. Chloe died.
  • Catherine at the last scene of the movie during her son’s graduation wore the hair piece elegantly.

For those who has not seen the movie, here’s a quick summary –

  • Catherine knew Chloe by watching her from work. She knew Chloe was working as an escort frequent to a certain hotel close to her clinic.
  • Catherine is jealous and insecure whenever her husband (Liam Neeson) flirts with different ladies.
  • Catherine hired Chloe to seduce her husband and let her tell her what happened. The catch is Chloe never seduced her husband and just made out stories so she can see Catherine.
  • Catherine during one confused night went to bed with Chloe.
  • Chloe fell in love with Catherine and had tried to be part of her life.
  • Chloe tried to kill her when Catherine asked her to stop being in her life especially that she worked out her insecurities and brought her marriage on the right track.

If you’ve seen the movie what will you conclude?

The writer has established that Chloe may be working as an escort but in her own ideal way has found positivity, innocence, vulnerability, and sweetness when she delivered this line during a conversation with Catherine: “I try to find something to love in everybody. Even if it’s a small thing. Something about the way someone smiles. There’s always something, there has to be. I try to make myself generous. I do things I don’t want to do.” With that in mind here are my conclusions for the last scene:

Why would Catherine wear the hair piece that almost got her killed?

  1. It symbolizes that one time she met a very young and beautiful lady.
  2. The experience of meeting Chloe made her marriage works again.
  3. A reminder that life is short, she almost died and yet here she is alive and celebrating her beloved son’s graduation.
  4. She was loved passionately and dangerously.

Reality speaking if that happened to me, I am not sure I would want to remember the thing that could have almost killed me. Freaky and odd choice to keep the hair piece and let alone wear it and work it. 😀

Photo Source: Polyvore  |  Quote Source: IMDB

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