Polar (2019) – Summary/ Review (with Spoilers)

When Polar tries to be funny, it veers towards being a horrible movie. However, when it is harnessing the seriousness of Mikkelsen’s persona, it flourishes

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Polar Ending Explained (Spoilers)

Duncan (Mads Mikkelsen) and Camille (Vanessa Hudgens) contemplating their next move.
Duncan (Mads Mikkelsen) and Camille (Vanessa Hudgens)

For years, Duncan has contributed to two things: He has paid into his retirement plan and sent $200,000 checks to a charity. Said charity was Camille and she used that money, which was put into a trust, for college. However, this money wasn’t given to Camille because she was Duncan’s illegitimate child or anything, but because he killed her family due to bad information. But, for some reason, call it getting old and sentimental, he couldn’t kill the only witness left – her.

Leading to her being haunted by his face for decades and her expressing how she sees him the same way a rape victim might think of their rapist. While everything around them is fuzzy and unclear, they know the person who stole away all sense of safety and comfort from them. Their face is undeniable, and that is why she tracks him down. She wants him to admit what he did and wants to take his life.

The problem is, Camille isn’t a killer. Duncan is, as shown by him killing the A-Team, Blut, but leaving Vivian alive. Camille however, even as Duncan accepts her being karma and passing judgement, can’t pull the trigger. Instead, she asks of him if they can find the person who put a hit on her dad and Duncan says they can try. Setting up a possible sequel focused on accomplishing this task.

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