Is there any explanation of the final scene Assasins Creed movie?

Is there any explanation of the final scene Assasins Creed movie? - Woods Covered With Snow

I mean, what are the free dark figures doing on the roof of the high building and what is the rationale behind? Seems that the main character is about to take a risky jump from the high building, but why this would be required? Suicide seems unreasonable at this point and does not explain why to take also the Apple together, this would neither hide nor destroy it reliably. The scene may be understood as metaphorical. Is this the only explanation?



Best Answer

The characters are probably about to perform the Leap of Faith. This is a strong symbolic acrobatic move in the Assassin's Creed mythology. In the game Assassin's Creed 2 it is revealed that completing this manoeuvre is required as part of the initiation to the creed. The movie is most likely using this to show that Cal has now fully joined the creed and is devoted to stopping the Templars.

The move was also used in the films marketing material: https://image.tmdb.org/t/p/original/hZDN1yKLlrZUJX0WQJQ3tuvbWQ1.jpg

More can be found on the game's wikia: http://assassinscreed.wikia.com/wiki/Leap_of_Faith




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What does the ending of Assassins Creed movie mean?

The ending of Assassin's Creed sees the past and present melding together. Cal's entire journey in Assassin's Creed is about bridging the gap between his family's past and his own reality \u2014 and he realizes that he doesn't have to do it alone. He meets other descendants of assassins like Moussa (Michael K.



Is it a memory? NO | Assassin's Creed | You are not Alone




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