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Oh, wow, how I love bringing crazy complicated movies your way. Because you guys are wicked smart and more often than not you help me figure this stuff out! Gah. Anyway, here at THiNC. we love talking about and discussing really crazy movies. Not your normal, everyday, Forest Gump type movies, but rather your Primer type movies. Your mind-blowingly crazy movies that you just know you have to watch it again, and again, to wring the nuance out of that thing. To really grapple with it to understand it. Right? Well, today? You good folks threw this one at me over in one of the comment sections and I am ever thankful that you did!

Quick Overview of Buster’s Mal Heart

Yeah. Nope. If you haven’t seen this one. Just go see it. Here’s a trailer to break up the spoiler section and the non-spoiler section. But if I were you? Just go get it, grab your popcorn. And prepare your thank you cards for Elizabeth and Shelby for bringing it to our collective attention. Yes, they deserve thank you cards. And no, that isn’t hyperbole.

Detailed Deep Dive of Buster’s Mal Heart

Alright, it goes without saying from here on out that spoilers abound. But I still get raving lunatics freaking out about the fact that I discuss spoilers on this site, and it shocks people. Bah. SO KNOW! SPOILERS. ABOUND. FROM HERE ON OUT!!! I think that was clear enough. Normally, I take my notes that I write during my first viewing and I clean them up. But this time, I’m just throwing my unadulterated thoughts as I was watching at you. Sort of a stream of consciousness happening here. But it’ll also give you a perspective of how OCD I am about my movie watching.

  1. Starts out with Buster(?) on the run, shot, and almost arrested in a cave.
  2. Who was that speaking the first lines? Seems quasi-important.
  3. Jumps backwards 10 days.
  4. Ok, so, now he’s in someone’s house and flipping photos? What the?
  5. Another time jump, now Buster is a hotel manager.
  6. Some fast talking guy shows up, oh I like this guy! What is he on about?!
  7. “Babong, the first inversion, binary logic, little by little… what I do is termite control, bug control.”
  8. “Burning fucking bushes everywhere I look!”
  9. Basically he is saying that everything is a simulation, and that there are massive bugs in the system. He stays out of the system intentionally.
  10. But Buster never gets his name. This feels extremely important to me right now. “I just gave you a dollar and you won’t tell me your name?”
  11. His retort? “I am the last free man…” Which I definitely need to talk about at some point. Obviously a reference to the first Adam, the last Adam…
  12. Ok, so right now there is a Buster version on the boat, there is a version in the vacation house. Are these alternative realities or are we dealing with past and future tenses?
  13. Buster is now spewing the same inversion craziness to the radio shows, “I AM THE LAST FREE MAN!”
  14. Buster and his wife have an argument about buying land. He believes that if they pay rent then they become slaves to the system, “we need mtns dirt air.”
  15. Conversation between Buster and the Prophet highlights how lost Buster is, “I feel like my heart isn’t made right.”
  16. Drawing on the glass of the vacation house seems important. Death Star? Blackhole?

  1. Soon Buster and the Prophet are stealing from the hotel guests regularly.
  2. And after a scare Buster kicks the Prophet out of the hotel.
  3. We learn that before Marty met Buster, Buster was homeless and starved for affection – sounds like a huge clue to a bigger symptom to a deeper root cause.
  4. Buster’s boss suggests a stay-cation (“I coined that phrase”) and that he invite Marty and Roxy to the hotel.
  5. During said stay-cation, the prophet comes back – and Buster is tied up working longer than expected.
  6. “And bang, eternal reoccurrence of the almost same… no escape.” Zero divided by zero equals infinity.
  7. Buster arrives in the hotel room and finds his family killed.
  8. Flash back to the boat, frogs fill the boat… is this a plagues of Egypt metaphor?
  9. One of his final vacation break-ins he discovers an old couple and ties them up
  10. Buster dreams of the funeral and the cop that couldn’t see the Prophet in the security videos…
  11. No way… he totally killed his family.
  12. Prophet totally doesn’t exist!!! hahahah.
  13. We hear news footage saying that Jonas survived over a thousand days on the sea.
  14.  So Buster is two people, Jonas and Buster… got it. I think.
  15. Back to pre-cave Buster, calls psychic and she says that Buster is on a boat, “Why am I there?” and she responds with, “There’s been a big mistake, a bug in the system.” Using the Prophet’s language.
  16. Pre-Buster/Jonas bails on the funeral and runs for it.
  17. Epilogue – Jonas/Buster split and walk down separate roads and paths.
  18. The two splits wrestle with one another in the boat.
  19. As the two selves discuss their predicament, “What do you want me to tell you? God is not merciful, just efficient, it was a mistake that we got this far. We are in the belly of a whale my friend. With luck he’ll eat one of us and spit the other one out.”
  20. Ok, Jonah references are always loaded… loaded with meaning.
  21. Buster charges out of the cave shooting.
  22. Jonas wakes up on the beach… end of line.

Buster’s Mal Heart Questions That Are Breaking My Brain

I loved this Buster’s Mal Heart. But whoa-my-gosh is it breaking my brain! So let’s list out a couple of the big big questions of the movie and let’s see if we can answer any of them at all:

Q. Is Buster the individual that killed his wife and daughter?

A. Obviously there are two schools of thought here. The first is that the Prophet of the 2nd Inversion is a real guy and he did in fact kill Marty and Roxy. The second is – “OBVIOUSLY HE DID IT!!” I’m decidedly of the latter school of thought. If you’ve seen the movie Donnie Darko, the Prophet? He is the rabbit in this movie. Or better yet, Fight Club. The Prophet is Tyler Durden. And no, do not email me with angry and hateful epithets for “spoiling Fight Club or Donnie Darko. THESE ARE OLD MOVIES PEOPLE. Reevaluate your life choices.

Q. What is this talk of the 1st and 2nd Inversion?

A. Well, this answer is going to change depending on how you answered the previous question. Either Buster is insane and seeing things, scribbling in the sand, and all that… or Buster is truly becoming enlightened and is really seeing things clearly for the first time. One thing that makes this inversion stuff compelling is the fact that Buster says more than once that it feels like the system is intentionally keeping him down. That he has a hole in his heart, that he wants to run away from everyone. And we all feel that feeling (I have my own theories about why that is, but you don’t want to hear this Christian ramble at you right now) so to hear that a Prophet really has the answer, and it’s all about this inversion? Compelling! Except, we all know that the Prophet is not real. And the really sad thing is? That this really means that Buster killed his wife and child.

Q. What is with all the scenes in the boat? And the scene of Buster fighting with himself? Did I miss instructions to have hallucinogenic mushrooms before starting this movie?

A.  Ok, so this boat is bit dicey at best. I’ll do my best to give you options and let you decide for yourself:

The first is a literal view and before Buster was married to Marty, and before they even meet, Buster is on a ship that sinks, and he is adrift for hundreds of days while awaiting rescue. He then gets out of the boat and starts a new life with Marty, etc. Right? And all the while he refers back to the boat experience as a point of meaning and reference.

Rubbish, I tell you, rubbish! The second theory is that the boat scenes are a metaphor for his internal self. It is where his Id and his Super-Ego have it out and his Ego is the boat wherein it tries to reconcile the realities presented by these two mental characters. Every time you see water and a boat? You are walking straight into the brain of Buster.

Q. After the funeral, why does Buster split into two people and walk down two distinctly different paths?

A. Now your questions are getting more annoying. Grrrr. Ok, so if you read that previous part there where I conjecture that the boat is the internal ramblings of Buster’s brain, then I would argue that the physical manifestation of this is his splitting in two. We are watching Buster’s snap with reality. And we are watching as his Id walks one way, and his Super-Ego walks another.

So, after the funeral, he chooses not to go to the interment and instead he heads out into the woods. And his brain splits. His sane self that refuses to believe that the Prophet isn’t real – the self that refuses to believe he could have killed his wife and child – walks out of the car and down one path. The other self? He is the self that believes in the inversion, believes that he is the anointed one of the second inversion. That he is the only sane one on the planet and everyone else just doesn’t get it.

Q. What is with the Jonah references when Buster and Jonas are talking in the boat?

A. Oh whoa, I just realized normal Buster’s name is Jonas. Which, is amazingly similar to Jonah. So if Jonas is a Jonah character what do we know? Well, Jonah was a Prophet  who was running from God. God told Jonah to go tell the Ninevites to repent and to turn from their evil ways. Right? Well, Jonah tells God no, and runs the other direction. Is thrown overboard to abate God’s wrath, he’s swallowed by a whale. And for 3 days and 3 nights Jonah was buried… only to be coughed up onto the beach. Such a poignant picture that even the Christ says that like Jonah, he too would be buried three days only to rise again.

But wait, what does that have to do with our Jonas/Buster? Jonas snaps, kills his wife and daughter… sins… and he has a mental break with reality. He’s in the belly of the whale. He’s dead. For 3 days Jonas/Buster wrestle with this truth only to have Jonas spewed out of the mouth of the whale.

Q. Is this a never ending movie? It sort of seems to be looping forever…

A. Ok, see, and you thought you were stupid! Now we are cooking with gas! You aren’t so dumb really! Yes, I believe you are correct. The Prophet makes a reference to it when he says, “And BANG! Eternal reoccurrence of the almost same, no escape.” It is yet another movie that is constantly looping endlessly in search of a way out. Movies like Triangle, Arq, Stay, Live Die Repeat, and even the One I Love to an extent, all have this as a central theme. I’ll talk about this some more in the conclusions section… I hope. If I remember. If I ever get out of this loop of constantly writing this stupid post! hahah.

Several Buster’s Mal Heart Movie Timelines to Consider

After watching I immediately cracked out some paper and started doodling timelines. And I figured it’d probably be good to just show you those unadulterated sketches to see which one you think is the most accurate. I mean, they are all accurate, but they assume different things. (Please click on the timelines to see a bigger version of each one.)

Buster’s Mal Heart Literal Timeline Explained

This first one I drew was just the literal timeline of the movie. The timeline just assumes that Buster spent months and months adrift on the ocean before coming to America. He washes ashore and eventually meets Marty, and they get married. They have a child and a dream about buying land, and moving out on their own. But Buster, after giving the room to his friend, and his family getting killed, snaps, and heads out into the woods, insane, and living off of people’s empty homes. He is eventually caught in the cave and goes out in a blaze of glory. End of story, end of timeline.

No offense to anyone that thinks I nailed it with this timeline, but you are an idiot. Hahahah. Yes, this is what literally happened in the movie. But what literally happened in the movie is literally the LAST thing that happened in this movie. Hahahha. So yeah, no offense, but this reading of the movie is for those who have difficulties thinking past the literal words on the screenplay page. It’s fine. It’s a passable reading of the movie. But it isn’t correct ultimately. Can’t be.

Buster’s Mal Heart Ocean Drift Timeline Explained

So this next timeline took some of the deficits of the first timeline and spun them on its head. But to understand this timeline I have to explain a couple things that I think I failed to draw out too clearly. And the first is that Buster is constantly adrift on the ocean of his consciousness. And occasionally he plummets into reality, and he gets married. He has a stay-cation, his family is murdered, he goes nuts and lives on the lam while mooching off of vacation homes in the area. Eventually he goes out in a blaze of glory only to find himself back on the ocean raft once again.

Some of the most interesting corrections in this timeline is that it accounts for the looping timelines that we are encountering throughout the duration of the movie. It’s obvious that Buster is constantly trying to get this thing called life figured out. And he is trying his best to Groundhog his way through these repeating timelines, but each time he is constantly discovering the same surprises and is getting derailed by them.

Buster’s Mal Heart Temporal Split Timeline Explained

Now, when I started drawing this next timeline I was trying to a solve a very significant problem that was happening with the previous other two timelines, which was that the split, the divergence didn’t happen at the beginning of the film, it actually happens in the middle. (Not middle of the film, the middle of the timeline. It happens at the funeral, or soon after the funeral, which is sort of right in the middle of the chronological timeline of the movie’s events.)

And so with this timeline I looped the events in sort of a stair step reoccurrence. The mental break happens with the funeral, he mentally escapes to the boat and his two versions of himself war it out. The clean shaven version of Buster ends up on the beach and then he heads out to live in the vacation homes until he is killed in the cave.

The elegance of this timeline is that it accounts for the boat scenes and the split of the psychic split as well as the perpetual looping of the events. But who knows – I could have had one too many shots of caffeine before drawing these things up as well!

What Does Buster’s Mal Heart Even Mean? Conclusions?!

In movies that loop eternally, it is usually predicated by a sin. A fatal flaw. A traumatic event. A massive failing. I’d list some examples, but I don’t want to spoil certain movies for you that you may not have seen. In Groundhog’s Day he failed to get the girl? That’s not a sin. But you get the idea. Sisyphus rolling a rock uphill for all eternity was caused by his jacking around other gods and demigods, and it was his punishment. These movies are just illustrating this great Sisyphean plight in modern terms.

Buster’s Mal Heart, is literally discussing his broken heart. Mal, means bad in Spanish right? Maybe the movie should be entitled Buster’s Roto Heart? Except that he is bad. He is the evil that has predicated these looping events. Buster is the person that – wait for it – killed his wife and daughter. I mean, kudos to Rami Malek for selling it like he’s completely shattered by their deaths. But at the end of the day, Buster murdered them both in cold blood. Which, in turn caused his mental fracture when the cop says to him that he watched the security tapes and there was no one else there the night of the incident and he realizes that he’s going mad. 

And while Buster may very well have truly been lost at sea for ages only to wash ashore eventually, that is not what we are seeing. We are watching Buster’s consciousness, in abstract, in absentia, commenting back on reality from the confines of his boat. And when Buster fractures mentally and there are two of him in the boat, shaved and bearded Buster? It is literally two different versions of his sanity fighting it out for sanity’s sake. And in the final shot of the film we see shaved Buster wash up on the shore… only to head into reality, meet Marty all over again, and begin his failing from the beginning again. Buster is doomed to repeat his mistakes and his errors for all eternity. But maybe, for the more optimistic of us, one day? He’ll accidentally get it right and escape the endless cycle and save the lives of his wife and child.

No? What do you think Buster’s Mal Heart means? How would you make sense of this crazy movie? I totally want to hear from you in the comments. Go! Are you a temporal split timeline gal? Or a more literal timeline guy? I promise not to make fun of you too much either way. Or heck! Maybe you have a totally different timeline I should add to the list!? That would be awesome.

Edited by, CY

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  1. Alyna Karczmar

    I just wanted to comment that I don’t actually think that the “literal” interpretation of the film is that Jonas was lost at sea before meeting his wife. I don’t believe this because when Buster is staying at the elderly couple’s house, he is running on their treadmill while watching TV, and the newscaster reports that his bottle has been found at sea. They look up his name and find his ID, and they assume he is still lost at sea. How would this make sense, when the Buster sequence take place long after the events of being lost at sea and returning? If anything, they would have believed Jonas to be missing elsewhere, because he’s left to live a life as “Buster” in the Woods.

    I’m not leaving a theory, here, I’m more so suggested that the movie doesn’t actually give us any clear timeline to work with because even this one is contradicted by the film itself.

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  2. Alyna Karczmar

    Also, I’d like to add that I’m still on the fence about whether or not he killed his wife and daughter. But if he did, I think it was out of insanity, and I don’t think he has any memory of doing it. I believe that he truly loved them, and the grief he shows is 100% genuine.

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    • Taylor Holmes

      Oh, I agree with you Alyna. He loved them. He definitely/desperately, and maddeningly, loved them. But oh I definitely believe he killed them. What other option do you propose? We see in the video feed that there is no one there but him. Right? The movie is pretty darn clear that he killed them. But sure, he flipped out. He was completely gone when he did it. The more interesting question is … WHY did he kill them? What drove him to do it? That is where we start to find pay dirt.

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  3. Haida Yahoda

    I don’t think the movie is looped though. If you looked at the last scene, it shows two people walking (perharps marty and their child?) So it’s probably he died, so is reunited with his family.

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  4. Ryissa

    For those with gentler sensibilities I suggest watching “A Beautiful Mind” and if you have time also read the book. Amazingly a combination where one doesn’t wreck the other and tells you much of what you need to know to not feel too dizzy going down this rabbit hole. Why because although they relate the same person’s story and the book informed the movie, the movie does not rehash the book but uses characters to represent the delusions and hallucinations within the protagonists fractured mind, an attempt to take us inside a disorganized perception of reality (sound familiar??) The book is a much more factual description of the actual person’s life with interviews and no attempt to take an interior perspective of that reality. Both sides of the looking glass if you will.

    Don’t have time for that? At least read the DSM V criteria for schizophrenia and start connecting the dots if you can’t make heads or tails of this.

    I don’t want to get too bogged down in timelines. The broader brush says Buster has had two major full blown disassociattive events. Before the movie when his wife brings him home from streets, cleans him up, and helps him find god. Then the next one is when he realizes he has killed his family at which point he starts hiding in the hills and living like a hermit.

    Now there are some interesting bits that if you understand schizophrenia really show the thought that went into this movie. Although there is no open open dialogue about him dealing with mental illness, there are some clues he knows what he is struggling with. He’s nervous about working night shifts. Stress/lack of sleep can exacerbate symptoms and many suffering from the illness may instinctively avoid these types of situations or they learn through treatment programs to avoid alcohol and get adequate rest. His manager is “it’s no big deal”, but Buster’s facial expression is one of panic. As he’s starting to fall apart it’s revealed he’s abusing caffeine pills (as in no longer sleeping) … hmmm

    Nearly anytime he is paying attention to media he is hallucinating. When it’s passive background noise you can trust it. The second he pays attention to it you can see how his delusions and hallucinations are twisting his perception of reality. Common behaviours for some schizophrenia suffered is to *think* they are detecting hidden messages in TV/music/radio programs. Visual hallucinations aren’t very common, so when I see characters embodying delusions, I tend to favour the character is there more so for me to watch the battle to not let the delusions dominate.

    Now keep in mind the guy was formerly homeless yet his mother at one point is hanging around. I don’t recall anybody else interacting with her. I think she is meant to represent his more benign delusions/hallucinations. I also suspect the house cleaner in the hotel is less than real. But I was sewing while watching this so I may have missed some interactions.

    I also wonder if the cops actually tell him about the security footage? Why would they pop that on him outside the station, especially at his wife’s funeral? It’s obviously to get across to us that Buster is cracked, but I think somehow during the funeral he has a lucid moment.

    When he’s at the front saying “I don’t believe it” on the surface it seems he doesn’t believe what he’s done. I think he’s briefly challenging his delusions about “the Inversion”. He killed his family to save them, but to protect himself his fractured mind projects the blame onto the the homeless prophet. But somehow in the midst of the funeral he puts it all together. The images of the security cameras show moments that arguably the cops wouldn’t care about, but moments he would have gone looking through for proof of the prophet’s existence. Perhaps when it’s something he realized earlier in the movie that led to him briefly eschewing the prophet and his beliefs? And now again the literal falseness of the prophet comes crashing back in on him? Is that fetal bathroom scene in the funeral home? Is it at the hotel right after the killing? I think a lot more collides here than the first pass reveals.

    We could go looking for deeper meanings in his delusions and there are some threads there of that. But it’s very clear he’s attaching a disorganized meaning. He is weaving Y2K into his delusion to support the inversion. Ideas of salvation, persecution, the only free man cannot be teased apart enough to create a true cohesion and the more he tries the more he falls apart and disconnects from humanity and loses any sense of how he’s perceived. To drive that home he winds up hosting the strangest dinner ever oblivious to the old man’s dementia as well as the woman’s fear. He has no harmful intent towards them that I can ferret out, but he can’t figure out how to deal with their intrusion into his reality.

    A brief delusion in the form of mom searching for him snaps him partially back to reality. So he cuts his hair and briefly seems outwardly normal. But he has nothing to effectively ground him. So the downward spiral continues.

    He isn’t equipped to tease apart his delusions and never has been. They’ve had a hold on him before anybody around him had any clue he was ill. The foundations of his delusions he’s voicing before the prophet shows up. Multiple triggers occur early on to set him off — working nights, his wife wanting to move, his in laws wanting them out of the house, talk of putting down the dog, financial struggles, …

    Perhaps there’s a bit of a shot at how someone struggling with a serious illness like schizophrenia should be saved through faith is a delusion in itself. His wife seems to sense more is wrong with him than just being tired, but never brings him to a doctor for help. Before she’s murdered some of what she is watching on TV is some good ole evangelical broadcasting.

    In fairness it’s clear she is his touchstone. When she’s part of his life he has some handle on reality. So I don’t want to sound like I’m indicting how faith can ground a mentally ill person as clearly Buster fares much better when he’s connected in faith and marriage. But just like love isn’t enough, faith alone is not enough to hold his delusions at bay.

    The boat and the water is a nice allusion for him being cut off from anything connecting him to humanity, faith, and sanity. Sometimes I wonder how out of time the boat is. Are we seeing pieces of his psyche both before he meets his wife and after. Perhaps even moments while she’s still around? The order in which things occur is bound by temporal laws, but not necessarily our emotional experiences of those events.

    The end I believe his how he envisions his inversion layered on his death. When he’s shot he passes through the wormhole. We are seeing the event through his eyes still, so of course no body. He wakes up on a beach with his family after way too much canned imagery for my taste.

    Back on earth of course there’s a body with bullet holes. An investigation figures out Buster killed his family before disappearing. His mother may have been a prior victim of his or died when he was younger when he disassociated before the film’s events (I maintain its very clear she is not a physical presence and somehow her death was a very likely earlier trigger). Mental illness gets bandied about the news for a few weeks and then the whole mess is forgotten by most of the country. Trump announces all welfare recipients must work and we must pray for the mentally ill because it’s “so terrible. So unbelievably terrible.” Cut off funding to outreach clinics and insist homeless pay for their own medications out of their bottle money.

    Yah I went there. So shoot me.

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  5. Ryissa

    After researching this film:

    I have to take back sone commentary in my last post. Clearly Buster’s mom is not hanging around nor do I think the cleaning lady is a delusion

    The non linear reveal of the day of the death of his family does get confusing. I’ve gone back and forth a few times trying to tease out what scenes happen when. I don’t think going into that will change my take on this substantially. On the second viewing the jumps illustrate how his delusions drive his choices.

    But I will point out near the beginning in the cave he says some things out loud by himself that reflect his discussions in the boat that are shown later. As if to emphasize he’s not aware that he isn’t actually talking to somebody else.

    The crying in bathroom scene is very much in the funeral home.

    And as I played connect the scenes the structure of the jumps clarified. For instance he’d talk about wanting to just drive away, cut to brief flash of him pulling out of funeral parking lot. Or “Papi wake up”. He’s falling asleep while watching his daughter bathe background static and he’s waking up bearded in tub and he’s waking up on boat. It connects the us close to the start of his delusions as well as near the end point. How long he’s been trapped and driven by his delusions, in the belly of the whale if you will. At least that’s one layer of the onion.

    As weird as I find the cop revealing everything in the funeral home, starting to think this may have happened. But we are dealing with an unreliable narrator because his memories are coloured by his delusions. So although it’s put forth he was told nobody came in, he may have figured that detail for himself. The cop may have only had to ask him to come by for more questions for him to put together the rest. As he leaves the funeral home he’s clearly convinced everybody is eying him with suspicion. Whether anybody actually looked at him sideways is a different matter. But he always had easy access to security footage at work, so he may have been aware that there was no evidence to back his story of a homeless man.

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  6. Dave

    I am going to point out there was no body in end after getting shot at by a couple score of rifleman. Meaning he did go through the sphincter. He cam out on beach with mate and child…not his own child but from previous boyfriend, etc.. but this time he is sans his bad side and will start again without the dual ” mistake” of before. He battled on the boat with his negative self and spoke one last time to his negative self just before blowing out fire concave, but you need su titles on to hear alt self response.

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  7. Ryissa

    For fun I’lll point out when we returned to the part where he’s being cornered by troopers with rifles at end of movie, it is entitled “epilogue”.

    This may be meant as hint that what we are about to see is Buster’s interpretation of how his life ends, not actual ending.

    So I see the end as his interior reality not what an objective watcher would see if they were there. Much of the film is his interior reality, so not a stretch to end that way as well. In “reality” may be dying from bullet wound, but in his mind’s eye he is passing through the sphincter etc.

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  8. dan

    I thought buster slipped in a wormhole at the end and just ended up on a beach somewhere… maybe!!

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