Don't Breathe 2 Ending Explained & Breakdown
2016's "Don't Breathe" was a breath of fresh air — a smart, twisty, lean, mean horror film that took the villains and hero from the first act and slowly made them switch places in the hearts, minds and sympathies of its audience. Produced for barely $10 million and grossing nearly 16 times that at the box office, it was also a huge success. But the film did have one problem: It didn't scream sequel. Now, "Don't Breathe 2" is here, "The Blind Man" is back and — he's apparently the hero? Veteran actor Stephen Lang ("Manhunter," "Gods and Generals," "Avatar") was a beast in the first film. A miserable old blind vet living alone, mourning the death of his killed-in-a-car-accident daughter when three robbers broke into his house in an all-but-abandoned section of Detroit, causing him to stand his ground — and protect the demented secret hidden in his basement. By the end of the original "Don't Breathe," moviegoers learned The Blind Man wasn't as innocent or helpless as he seemed. Not only had he murdered and maimed the thieves, but before he did they discovered he had the acquitted woman who had killed his daughter tied up in the basement of his home, forcing her to carry his child to term. After that woman was killed, he tried to tie up and impregnate Rocky (Jane Levy), the female robber and eventual sole survivor of the struggle. Rocky got a happy ending at the end of the first film — but in "Don't Breathe 2," the ending is far more complicated.
Who lives, who dies
Is The Blind Man a bad guy?
Does Phoenix get a happy ending?
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