Folks, please share your thoughts on the ending and other perspectives that you have in the comments section. Lucie enters the house and guns down the entire family. In here she finds a girl Sarah who has been tortured horribly. Daniel Stamm was set to direct at this time but later dropped out due to budgetary concerns. The dude who makes the announcement to the rest of the Society goes to have a word with Mademoiselle.
Perhaps this woman is eventually found dead. So far, the society has seen 3 others who had reached the state of transcendence. Anna tries her best to save this girl but other people from the Secret Society show up and kill the tortured girl. The film is a psychological thriller and not a ghost story. If this suspense was removed, then suddenly, there would no longer be the urge to live.
Which means Anna is up next. Anna is now subjected to the systematic torture. Lucie, being a young girl, is frightened and makes a run for it. Deeply traumatized, she is plagued by awful night terrors at the orphanage that takes her in. Suddenly, you lose the urge to be in the casino and gamble. For long, people have believed that it is only women who suffer or give up their lives because of harassment by her husband and in-laws.
The head of the Society shows up. Martyrs of Marriage is a documentary film that documents the injustice that has been perpetrated on people because of misuse of section 498A of Indian Penal Code commonly known as the Anti Dowry law in India. Mademoiselle: Could you imagine what there is after death? After this, Lucie feels cheated. There is no clarity presented by the film and that is done on purpose. Before escaping, she goes into a room where there is a woman who is in advanced stages of her torture. The reason being the ending is up for speculation.
There was also a Hollywood remake in the year 2015. Her only comfort comes from Anna Bailey Noble , a girl her own age. Over years, Anna helps Lucie track down the family that was involved in her kidnapping. She asks if Anna has seen the other world, the Afterlife. Nearly a decade later and still haunted by demons, Lucie finally tracks down the family that tortured her.
Martyrs of Marriage is a feature length documentary film that exposes how a law can destroy lives as the system remains blind to it. So she takes her life without disclosing the secret to life, universe and everything. Many cultures believe that the purpose of life is revealed in the Afterlife. The whole Society gathers to hear from Mademoiselle. A feature length, first person account of those who have suffered at the hands of abuse of this provision, the film delves deep into the problem, the reasons behind it and the repercussions of the same. False cases under this section has caused extreme harassment and injustice to millions of people leading to suicide by many. Also, the film has two parts to it.
Lucie is filled with guilt for leaving the woman to her demise. There is a Secret Philosophical Society, of freaks, who are looking to find answers about the Afterlife. I would love to discuss other speculation on this ending. This is the conversation they have. She explains what they are seeking.
Realizing that she can never be free of her guilt or insanity, Lucie slits her own throat and ends her life. The knowledge she has is overbearing and will most likely remove the will to live for everyone in the Society. But none of them could relate to what they were seeing. Anna Over time, Lucie makes a friend by the name Anna Morjana Alaoui at an orphanage. There was no holding back on the gore.