7 unknown in El Royale is a 2018 film written and directed by Drew Goddard, with a great cast that includes Jeff Bridges and many others: let’s find out the ending.
A group of people who do not know each other find themselves closed in a certain place and soon we begin to understand that it may not have been the case that brought them together: a classic literary topos but always of sure effect that this time has found the pen and directed by Drew Goddard (Quella casa nel bosco, but also screenwriter of Cloverfield and The Martian).
7 unknown in El Royale is a 2018 film starring Jeff Bridges, Dakota Johnson, Chris Hemsworth, Cynthia Erivo, Jon Hamm, Nick Offerman and many more. Let’s find out how the plot ends.
7 strangers in El Royale: how the film ends
In short, if you’ve come to wonder how Goddard’s work ends up, you’ve probably already immersed yourself in the controversial narrative universe of the El Royale hotel, where no one is who they say they are and where everyone is monitored and filmed by the “Direction” of the structure. There is Emily, who kidnapped her sister Rose from Billy Lee’s seven; there is Father Flynn, who is actually a criminal looking for the money hidden in the hotel some time ago; there is salesman Sullivan, an FBI agent who has come to remove some bugs.
In all of this happens the singer Darlene, who finds herself stuck between the revenge of the Billy Lee sect, the dirty money to recover and a compromising film filmed in the hotel, of which the only employee Miles does not know what to do, consumed by the senses. of guilt.
Understandably, 7 strangers in El Royale ends up with quite a massacre. Only Darlene and father Flynn (that is, Donald O’Kelly) are saved: Miles, overcoming his traumas from Vietnam for a moment, manages to kill Billy Lee and his men, but soon after is stabbed to death by Rose, who in turn she is killed by O’Kelly. The employee of the hotel, on the verge of death, asks for absolution from the bandit, still dressed as a priest, who, moved with pity, agrees.
O’Kelly and Darlene burn the film and leave with the money. The two meet again a few days later in Reno, where the girl sings in front of a small audience, among which she too sees O’Kelly.