The film ‘Daggers in the Back: The Mystery of the Glass Onion’ is one of the latest hits coming in 2022, It has become one of the best Netflix movies of 2022. One of the trump cards of the story is the great script twist that the story contains (we won’t reveal it here if you haven’t seen the movie yet).
Now the mystery travels to Greece, There, on a private Greek island, millionaire Miles Braun invites his friends over for a few peaceful vacation days. However, it soon becomes clear that all is not perfect in that paradise. There will soon be a murder, but Benoit Blanc will be there to uncover all the layers of the mystery. And there are some to check.
Like many other stories that have surprised us with their plot twists, ‘Glass Onion’ Could Be Added To Movies With The Best Surprise Script Twist In Cinema, There are many movies with unexpected murders or revelations that absolutely change the course of history.
We spoke with the protagonist of the film directed by Rian Johnson about this type of film, Exclusively with Edward Norton and Janelle Monáe, When asked whether he has disclosed any of these failedThe actress stands firm: “No, I don’t think I’ve ever done that. Because we’re like custodians of experiences and you know what it costs to do these kinds of jobs, because we do it, so You don’t want anyone to steal that moment, that moment from the director, the cast or the screenwriters, above all”.
Edward Norton admits, “I am the easiest target.” “I remember a long time ago, with my roommate from then, right after high school, when ‘The Crying Game’ came out. I remember I wanted to watch it and my roommate said… ‘Man !For God’s sake! How can you not see what is happening and what is going to happen in the first 15 minutes…’ and I remember watching a movie like this…and when I found out Chala… I was shocked when I saw it. I had no idea,” he admits. “No one expected this…”, Mona also replies.
Released in 1992 and directed by Neil Jordan, ‘The Crying Game’ used Irish terrorism as a framework to tell a love story, A romance that will now become more commonplace. However, thirty years ago there were more prejudices in society and in cinema (here are spoiler of film).
The film begins with the kidnapping of a British soldier, Jody (Forest Whitaker), by the IRA terrorist organization. During his imprisonment, the prisoner befriends Fergus (Stephen Reid), one of the terrorists. The soldier asks Fergus to promise to see Dil, his girlfriend who lives in London. After a while, Fergus meets Dil, establishes a relationship with the girl, with whom he falls in love. When the two are about to have sex—there’s a surprise here—, Dil undresses and a close-up reveals to Fergus and the public that she has a penis.
When it premiered three decades ago, it would have been a blast to see that exploration on the big screen. And it would make it so that nothing else was talked about, as Norton’s response confirms. However, today, the denial of Reed’s character (who goes to the bathroom to vomit) would be seen not as something logical, but as an exaggerated response as well as transphobic. Society has changed in these thirty years and this story would have been different if it had been told now. The response may be unexpected to some but it will not cause as much disapproval and/or surprise, In fact, it wouldn’t be considered as much of a twist in the script at the time.
Returning to Norton, the actor added another title to his resume with an unexpected twist. He already has ‘Satya Ke Do Chehre’ and ‘Saat’ to his credit, which took us by surprise when the credits came. Now presenting this surprise-packed sequel which is now available on Netflix.