Midsommar Ending Explained Breakdown + Full Spoiler Talk Review & Analysis On The 2019 Horror
- Published: 03 July 2019
- Midsommar: Ending Explained Breakdown + Full Spoiler Talk Review & Analysis On The Ari Aster Horror by Deffinition, I discuss everything in the Final Scene, the May Queen, Dani, Christian, Pelle, The Hargas and Halsingland
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Midsommar Plot Recap
At it’s core Midsommar is a film about the breakdown of a toxic relationship that just so happens to be set against terrifying circumstances. We follow Dani, played expertly by Florence Pugh, who after the loss of her family due to a heartbreaking tragedy, finds herself alone with no one to turn to other than her Boyfriend Christian.
Christian was planning on breaking up with Dani, however due to the guilt that he feels over her loss and the eventual guilt of isolation that she puts on him he postpones it and invites her on a trip to Halsingland, a Swedish festival that only happens once every 90 years.
Dani throughout the film goes on an arc that is pretty much caused by the loss of her family and throughout the film she drifts from group to group, desperately seeking acceptance no matter the cost to those around her.
The Hargas Explained
In the script, the Hargas are basically the product of generations of incest that hang Boar Carcasses from branches and look like 19th-century farmers that spend most of their time dancing around the Maypole.
Though they seem like a group of hippies that hand out magic mushrooms like it’s nothing, eventually their way of life and the rituals that they begin to carry out make it clear that things aren’t right. They far outnumber the group and this makes them intimidating as they slowly start to pick everyone apart.
The Hargas as they’re known, communicate through little gestures and expressions known as Affects which hint at their true intentions without notifying others and early on these slight language barriers highlight that this is all an act for them. Every time one Hargan is born the group plant a tree that is apparently tied directly to their life and as it grows, they do too. Their affection for the Earth plays into the film later and they almost live their life purely based off nature alone.
Midsommar Ending Explained
In the end she is pronounced the Queen, but unlike Game Of Thrones, this Dani sticks around. After being paraded through the field, kissed and adorned with flowers she is finally ready to cut off the negative aspects of her life and join her new family.
Symbolically the burning of Christian and his friends in the final sacrifice showcase that she is letting go of all the things that have held her back and is ready to move on from the things in her life that are holding her back.
For the finale we watch as Christian melts into the fire and Dani is paraded as the new queen. She goes through a mix of emotions including excitement, fear, confusion but ultimately she’s happy, happy that she finally has a new family and is accepted. The character has gone insane but in her mind, she is a queen, worshipped by all and finally living a life free of paranoia and distrust which ends the film.
So what did I think of the film? Well as I’m sure you can guess I think this again is another masterpiece by Ari Aster that yet again cements the director as one of the best voices in horror that we currently have. This shows that things like the Conjuring Universe, which in my opinion have dumbed down horror a bit, aren’t to be taken as this decades examples of the genre and though I don’t think that this topped Hereditary it still is horrifying.
Midsommar is haunting from beginning to end and it’s use of vibracy and o
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