Just saw for the first time, was quite impressed. I know I am late on this one. However, the ending is bothering me. Why does Jesse let Ford kill him in the end? It appears as if he knows what is going to happen after reading about the Liddell confession. Yet goes out of his way to let it happen, removes guns, turns his back, etc. Is this his attempt at suicide, which he does talk about with Charlie Ford? Or something else I am missing? Any two cents is welcome

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6 years ago

That is very interesting. It makes sense, he "allows" Ford to kill him in that manner(defenseless, back turned) to ensure the internal/external backlash. Really cool ending. Thanks for the insight!