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The ending of The Shining (1980) has been left ambiguous and debated since its initial release …
So, the question I ask today is: How Do You Interpret the Ending of ‘The Shining’ (1980)?
Okay, so real quick — following the events of Jack Torrance (Jack Nicholson) freezing to death in the hedge maze, his ghost then joins all of the other ghosts of people who have died at the Overlook Hotel over the years. That’s mine! real simple, nothing too overtly complicated!
So what about you, screenagers? How Do You Interpret the Ending of ‘The Shining’ (1980)?
I’ll see you in the trenches.