Out 1 (1971): So also, Ajit played a sympathetic man who repents for his mistake not to accept Hema Malini as his daughter-in-law after the death of his son Rajesh Khanna.

Juliet of the Spirits (1965): As she increasingly taps into her desires (and her demons) she slowly gains greater self-awareness, leading to independence, although, according to Masina (Fellini's wife), the ending's meaning is debatable.

Le Grand Amour (1969): The film concludes with a continuation of the opening scene, with Eva seated in the living room after wandering around the now empty home.

Black God, White Devil (1964): Blending mysticism, religion, and popular culture in this symbolic and realistic drama, Rocha insists that rather than follow the external and obscure dogmas of culture and religion, man must determine his path by his own voice.

I Am Curious (Yellow) (1967): The film concludes with Lena returning Vilgot's keys as he meets with another young female theater student.

Fitzcarraldo (1982): The entire city of Iquitos comes to the shore as Fitzcarraldo, standing atop the ship, proudly displays the cast.

Emma (1996): The film ends with Emma and Mr Knightley's wedding.

Battle for the Planet of the Apes (1973): A closeup of a statue of Caesar shows a single tear falling from one eye.

The Shout (1978): He claims he has learned from an Aboriginal shaman how to produce a "terror shout" that can kill anyone who hears it unprotected.

Over the Hedge (2006): In a post-credits scene, RJ and the group return to the vending machine from the beginning of the film and manage to take all the snacks, only to find RJ stuck inside while grabbing everything.

Murmur of the Heart (1971): Afterwards, Laurent leaves their room, and after unsuccessfully trying to seduce Hélène, spends the night with Daphne.

Creep (2014): On another phone call, he identifies himself as "Bill" to another videographer who responded to one of his ads.

sex, lies, and videotape (1989): Ann then goes to Graham's place and joins Graham on the front porch, as they appear to be a couple.

Beethoven (1992): The Newtons then go to sleep, saying good night to Beethoven and all of the dogs they rescued, who are all sleeping in their bedroom.

21 (2008): The film ends with Ben recounting the entire tale to the dazzled scholarship director.

The Element of Crime (1984): This he does, but, in so doing, begins to behave more and more like a serial killer himself.

Super Fly (1972): The powerless Reardon then watches as Priest stalks off, giving the policemen one final glare before driving off to join Georgia.

Rumble Fish (1983): He also tries to forget what happened to his brother.

I Still Know What You Did Last Summer (1998): She screams as Ben pulls her under the bed and the film ends.

Hamlet (1996): The film follows the plot of the original play, and is the first adaptation to have the complete original text.

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