The Possession movie features a shocking twist ending. We expect a wild movie ending, but the last minute is a major twist to spin the plot into another direction. If you haven't watched The Possession movie, then avoid reading the movie spoiler that reveals the details to the twist ending.
Tzadok senses there is something wrong. The environment is too peaceful. He performs the Jewish exorcism again. Tzadok chants an old Hebrew exorcism prayer to exorcise the female demonic spirit. We see the demon entity crawl out of Clyde's mouth, pressing its hand against his upper lip.
The demon slides on the ground toward the Dibbuk box. Tzadok casts the demon back into the box. Em and Clyde are saved from the wrath of evil.
A ring falls to the ground, spinning in circles. Tzadok picks up the ring. We know this ring is an important plot point. He drapes the demon box with a white Jewish satin to trap the malicious spirit.
Clyde is back at home. Stephanie watches her ex-husband Clyde raiding the refrigerator like old times. Clyde and Stephanie hug, a sign they will get back together soon. A major conflict provide a happy ending.
Not so fast! The twist is on in the movie ending. Tzadok calls Clyde. He wants to return the BMW car. Nonetheless, Clyde tells Tzadoth he can keep the car since he has no plans to leave his family.
We see the BMW coast down the residential road. It is quiet. There is something wrong. It is like watching classic The Omen movies, where we sense an evil event. The Dibbuk box is on the passenger seat.
The BMW crosses the intersection, and then a truck smashes the car apart. Local bystanders engage to save any crash victims that are trapped inside the car. The BMW is an utter mess, which the street appears like a car junkyard.
A female voice is chanting Hebrew words. We can't understand the chants, but the camera draws to the demon box to reveal the Dibbuk box survived the car crash. This crash scene is executed perfectly, unlike the movie disaster we got in The Devil Inside ending.
Why does this demon box represent a twist ending? In most exorcism movies, the exorcism is performed to exorcise demons. The exorcist puts an end to the evil. Tzabok makes a rookie mistake with failing to put the ring inside the box. All possessions must be replaced to trap the evil demon spirit.
The ring is left out to keep the conclusion open. Another person will claim possession of the box. The possession cycle will affect the next family over and over again until the exorcism is performed right.
Thus, the twist ending is seeing a shocking ending to what we think is a happy ending Clyde and his family rekindling their lost love. Before Em is possessed, the family is in disarray. The possession strengthens the core, helping them to fill the void.
Tzabok overlooks the ring. He never asked Clyde or Emily about the ring. The ring is the first possession Em pulls out of the Dibbuk box. It is supposed to represent the last possession to reenter the box.
The Possession twist ending is awesome. We expect a big event. When the BMW drives on the empty road, we sense a big car accident will end the movie. The twist is a surprise. Pay close attention to the ring. It is one of the major plot points that drives The Possession story.
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