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Anatomy Of A Fall Director Will Reveal The Truth About The Ending ‘In Ten Years’

The director of the Oscar-winning movie has finally addressed the buzz about the film’s puzzling ending.

‘Anatomy Of A Fall’ has had viewers on the edge of their seats since its release in late October. The main question on everyone’s mind is whether Sandra Voyter played by Sandra Hüller actually pushed her husband out of a window.

Director Justine Triet opened up about the film’s ambiguous ending during an interview with Jake’s Takes. She mentioned that the film was designed to leave the audience with ‘doubts,’ just as they assumed:

“We have to live in all this with all these different… theories about the movie. But you know, actually I think the movie is talking about… we have to live with doubts.”

Triet also shared her perspective on the film’s ending, hinting that the answers might not be revealed any time soon:

“And the end for me is, yes, it’s a fake happy ending… I think as a spectator when I’m watching a lot of crime stories, I think it’s so interesting to not know and it’s so real, in a way. So, all the movie is about this. So, I understand perfectly why people want to know… Maybe in ten years, I will say the truth.”

Everyone Has A Theory

The French courtroom drama suggests that Voyter could be responsible for her husband’s death although she’s not convicted at the end of the story. Even the lead actress’ close friends and family speculate on the matter.

Hüller shared a specific theory from someone close by saying:

“For example, somebody really close to me said that when she is released from the trial, when they win, she says on the phone, ‘It’s unbelievable.’ And this close person said, ‘Why does she think it’s unbelievable?’ So, these little things. Or the dog doesn’t close his eyes in the end. That means he’s still aware of what could really… No idea!”

She further noted that they expected people to come up with their own interpretations with the way Voyter’s story was told:

“But people were so focused on little things that they found these details and made their own stories about it. So I learned, of course, a lot about the people and their reception and…I mean, we knew that when we made the film that the film would reflect back on people so much and everybody would read their own story into it. We would just make the canvas for the stories of everybody else, so this really paid off.”

Watch the actress and filmmaker’s interview in the video below.

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