I'm Thinking of Ending Things

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Does a cat die?
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huckleton
Jake's dog is seen shaking itself off at the front door at one point. a few minutes later, one brief shot in Jake's childhood bedroom shows what appears to be an urn with the dog's face on it. the film's events are shown in a way that makes the progression of time very unclear.
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MichelleWages
Jake tells a story about his parents not being able to care for pigs, causing them to suffer badly and need to be put down.
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rockywashere
Cartoon-animated maggots are shown alongside an animated pig near the end of the film.
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Does an animal die?
(besides a dog, cat or horse)
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wallythg
When the girl and Jake arrive to his parent's farm, they first go into the barn where threy find frozen lambs in the snow. Jake also tells a sad/disturbing story about pigs being eaten by maggots.
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*huge spoilers* The movie revolves around a mans obsession with a woman he met very briefly. He imagines a fantasy life with her, and imagery of invasion of privacy is used to display this.
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The main character of the film is gaslighted in an extreme and violating way for much of the film, although I suppose this is up to interpretation. See other comments!
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Parents loudly fight and slam things
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cowgob
Main character smokes a cigarette
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thaywth
It's not abuse, it's simply mentioned that a character had a decent amount of wine at dinner.
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There’s no mutilation, but there is a brief shot of a toe that seems to be missing half a toe nail. It’s an old man who’s toe has not been maintained well and is pretty gross. Not much, but worth mentioning!
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Does a kid die?
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“Kidnapping” isn’t the word, but a woman spends almost the entire movie asking her boyfriend to take her home, and he keeps making stops and stalling until they are driving late at night. It’s plot relevant and not kidnapping, but it could be triggering as the woman becomes more and more anxious and uncomfortable as this progresses.
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rockywashere
An old woman in a hospital bed stops breathing. A man suffers from dementia.
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emopeach
-SPOILER?- This can be debated, but the mother and dog could be considered ghosts, as the dog appears multiple times and acts really odd (shaking head for long periods of time, reappearing and disappearing), and is then later shown to be in an urn, as well as the mother being on her death bed in one scene but completely fine in others. As the passage of time is distorted, and the mother is dead at the time this narrative is constructed, she could be considered a ghost.
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rockywashere
A mascot for an ice cream shop is a clown. This clown reappears in some animation near the end of the movie, where she is singing and dancing.
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zigzig
There is one jumpscare in the film when the two main characters are kissing in a stationary car. A quick cut to someone watching them with a spooky but not too loud sound.
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rockywashere
No, but there is a scene where a man is feeding an old woman baby food and it drips on her face, lips, and night gown.
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rockywashere
No, but there is a scene where a man is feeding an old woman baby food and it drips on her face, lips, and night gown.
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Andy2
There is a scene with a dying parent in a hospital BED. Not in the hospital
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cowgob
A non-character is mentioned to have slit their wrists
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Nunya33
Women sees a photo of her bf as a child, it’s herself for a moment then switches back to him. It’s disturbing..
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thaywth
SPOILERS. The film's title, "I'm Thinking of Ending Things", is entirely about the suicidal ideation of an old man who fantasizes about what could have been. He kills himself by allowing himself to catch hypothermia. It's a complicated movie at times, but I felt that the fact that it was a suicide was very clear.
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ERay
*spoilers* what the other comment describes is a character dying of hypothermia, not having an anxiety attack.
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goingonsunday
Toward the end, shaky cam like you're driving over a bumpy road
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Does a baby cry?
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masonisaacccc
A character refers to Billy Crystal as a "nancy" in a derogatory way
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thaywth
There is some non-sexual nudity (bare ass)
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*spoilers* The main character of the film is pressured into some uncomfortable situations. The reason I answer no is that the twist of the film explains this and it isn’t quite what it seems, but it still may be triggering for some to watch.
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Are there incestuous relationships?
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PolaroidSystem
The ending is somber, but not exactly sad.
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Lots of driving, late at night, with vision obscured by snow. Just wanted to make it clear there is never ANYTHING at all like a car crash in this film, no matter how much you may worry!
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