Shutter Island is no impenetrable art-house enigma: As such, you might have thought it would have been easy to understand. In fact, since the film was released in March, the blogosphere's been awash with debate about what actually happens in the final scene. Martin Scorsese's film is based on a best-selling novel by Dennis Lehane. The book's protagonist, Teddy Daniels, who's apparently a US marshal, turns out to be Andrew Laeddis, a demented killer. He's a patient in a mental hospital who's been encouraged by his psychiatrist to act out his delusion in the hope that this will dispel it.
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So, who is it in that final image, and what does the ending mean? The impulse is literally in our DNA, as the movie clearly states, using actual science. Self-destruction is also present in our desires — the things we do that we know are bad for our bodies, or our minds. Of these characters that represent self-destructive states, Cass Sheppard is the probably most important in terms of understanding the ending. Some of the clues Alex Garland gives us about what the film means can be found in the character names.
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