The Woman in Black Movie Ending

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Some of you may have been missed The Woman in Black (2012) ending and credits of the movie. Spoiler alert for the plot below.


Ending of The Woman in Black
The Woman hanging and Arthur realizes that Jennet is the Woman. He then witnesses another suicide while trying to rescue a young girl from a fire. Kipps sees the Woman in Black who manipulates the girl to setting herself on fire. Kipps visits Mrs. Daily again and she reveals that Arthur's son Joseph is next. Kipps now realizes he must put Nathaniel to rest by giving him a proper burial.

Kipps and Sam go to the Marsh and dig up Nathaniel's body and then gives him a viewing for the Woman who attacks Arthur but later leaves. They finally put Nathaniel to rest by burying him with his real mother and leave. Though after they go, the Woman repeats that she will never forgive and is still vengeful. Arthur visits his son back at the train station and plans to leave immediately but Joseph witnesses the Woman and jumps in front of the train track. Arthur sees this and goes after him but is not quick enough and they are both killed. They wake in the "Station" and see Stella who greets them and they leave to Heaven as the Woman decides not to keep them and spare their souls. The last scene of the film depicts a picture of the Woman in Black who looks directly into the camera.

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Anonymous said...

i have been thinking about this movie for a long time. expesally the ending. it just seems like there is something else hiddin in the accual scenes themselves. maybe the woman is not evil. maybe she just wants to give the kids a better life so they dont end up like her. she let radcliffe and his son and wife go. maybe she was never evil.

Anonymous said...

If they died at the end and they were all ghosts why didnt they just beat the crap out of the woman in black. There was harry potter and his wife...not to mention a small army of pissed dead kids.

Harry alone could have beat her like Bobby Brown.

I dont know that really annoyed me.
Maybe the rich guy should have thrown the kids body back in the bog and pissed on the womans corpse.

Carla said...

Yeah! I just think that she was trapped in her own unhappiness! What she did at the end I like to think was her way of thanking Arthur.

The man in black said...

This film was AWESOME!!!!!! And I don't know why I'm talking like a white boy but damn the ending was next to SPECTACULAR!!!!

Anonymous said...

I really don't think she was good.
I mean sure Harry(yeah I'll be calling him that forever) and his son were reunited with his wife,
but they still got hit by a freaking train.
And the way she like torpedoed Harry and her son and all that when Harry put out the boys body,
yeah she didn't seem especially happy about it.
So I think she's just pissed and unhappy and unforgiving so she's going to mess up everyone else's lives.
But that's just my opinion on the movie.

Rami said...

The woman in black spared Harry and his son because unlike her sister and her sisters husband that died in the marsh the man did not go back and try to save her son. I beileve she kept doing this over and over yes to get more kids to be with her but to teach the parents a lesson and try to get them to save their children which none of them did, in one ocassion one of the parents had one child, the woman in black killed it then they had another and she killed the other one as well. So in the final scene Harry saves his child and this shows her that people or men can committ the ultimate sacrifice. And in doing this maybe the curse is lifted?? Maybe not. But I believe that is why she let them go and be happy. I liked the ending, it was different than other movies in which at the end they survive. they did survive but in another sense.

Anonymous said...

No you missed the point, BECAUSE he died to save his son she had no power over either of them. It isn't that she let them go, there was nothing she could do about it.

The preceding scenes, where the old mans son's spirit tries to protect him inside the house, and where the she forces the old man to look at the souls of the trapped children while she shrieks at him, makes it very clear that she is insane and is still an evil, vengeful ghost who keeps the spirits of the children she murders locked away in her creepy haunted house.

She never forgives and she will still kill if anyone disturbs her.

Anonymous said...

My husband thinks that Arthur's wife is really the Woman in Black. When they show her face at the end - she looks very similar - with blonde hair.

Asha said...

Can someone answer this one. When Kipps placed Nathaniel on the bed and the Woman in Black came to pick the body up the boy said "no, you are not my mother," She shrieked in anger and left the room. What's up with that? The boy thought the Jennet's sister was his real mother remember. SO was his spirit scared because he didn't know Jennet as his mother and did she get upset because of this. Some parts of this movie wasn't thought out right. I really enjoyed it though.

Gazza said...

Continuing Asha's idea above, I believe that because Jennets sister brought up the boy, he was led to believe that she was his mum, which is not true, therefor when he says "no, you're not my mother", Jennet is devastated all over again and I believe that she took it out on Arthur because if he hadn't reunited them, she wouldn't have had to hear her son say that, so she made them get hit by a train, but at the same time I think she knew that Arthur was trying to help, and so let there souls go free, hence the creepy smile.

Gazza said...

And as for the person who said "you're missing the point", well, everyones interpretation will be different...

Anonymous said...

will there be a sequel with the lady in black? Cuz she could be back...with new victims-huh

teller46 said...

I am watching the movie right now and I have rewinded it 3 times and the boy doesn't say that "no you're not my mother"

Anonymous said...

Never heard the boy say "You're not my mommy"...replayed it three times and it wasn't said. I agree with teller46...it wasn't said.

Anonymous said...

I too, just watched the movie and their were no words what so ever spoken when the ghost flew past arthur and to the childs body. And i dont think sam's son was trying to save him...it seemed more like somethen else, i just dont know how to explain it. Im glad Arthur was reunited with is wife, but i still didnt like the ending. the "wife" said NOTHING at all. shouldnt she of been either happy and been like "my love, my son" or Mad "no this isnt your time..." OR SOMETHEN??? and What was up with the ghost in the end at all. I just dont get it. will there be a part 2 to explain all the unanswered questions and they just left the ending that way to bring in the veiwers for the next or is it going to be like "the grudge" and just keep going and going with no explenation. I dont know. movie was great up tell the ending.

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