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Fractured Ending Explained: Why the Netflix Movie Has Viewers Upset

Date published: 2019-10-16
Originally published: Here. Excerpt below.


Social media is abuzz with talk of director Brad Anderson's new film Fractured, which is pretty impressive considering it debuted on Netflix the same day as El Camino: A Breaking Bad Story. But between its suspenseful premise and dramatic ending, Fractured is basically 2019's answer to Bird Box.Read on for a breakdown of what exactly happens at the end of Fractured and why viewers are feeling so taken aback by its ending.Beware of full spoilers ahead!
Fractured Ending Explained
Fractured is a suspense thriller that seems to draw inspiration from a popular horror trope/urban legend known as "The Vanishing Lady" or "The Vanishing Hotel Room." In most versions of that story, a mother and her daughter are travelling abroad when the mother suddenly takes ill. The daughter either ventures out in search of medicine or leaves her mother to rest for the night, only to return and find absolutely no trace of her mother. It's as if the mother never existed. The daughter is ultimately driven mad by her fruitless attempts to convince authorities her mother existed and has gone missing. In some versions of the story, the mother's disappearance happens because she contracts a deadly plague. The authorities are determined to prevent an outbreak at all costs, even if it means burying all traces of the woman's existence.
Similarly, Fractured focuses on a couple named Ray (Sam Worthington) and Joanne (Lily Rabe) who bring their daughter Peri (Lucy Capri) to a remote hospital after she's injured in a fall. Ray leaves Joanne and Peri in the hospital's care in search of a motel room, only to wake up disoriented in the waiting room and be told his family doesn't exist. According to the nurses and doctors, Ray came to the hospital alone seeking treatment for a head wound. Ray embarks on an increasingly desperate quest to find his missing wife and daughter, first involving the police and then eventually arming himself and sneaking into the hospital's basement. There he finds doctors harve ...


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