TENET 2020 Ending scene. Protagonist notices that Neil has a red string on his back

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Tenet Wins Best Visual Effects OSCAR 2021. The Protagonist and Neil are able to retrieve the doomsday device in time. During this operation, the Protagonist notices that Neil has a red string on his back and that he was therefore the masked man who saved him at the beginning of the film. The Protagonist then travels further back in time, helping to protect Kat from being killed by Priya, and revealing that he has been leading the organisation for a further two years in the past. The Protagonist Kills Priya. TENET WON AN OSCAR!!!

Tenet is a 2020 action-thriller and science fiction film written and directed by Christopher Nolan, who produced it with Emma Thomas. A co-production between the United Kingdom and United States, it stars John David Washington, Robert Pattinson, Elizabeth Debicki, Dimple Kapadia, Michael Caine, and Kenneth Branagh. The plot follows a secret agent (Washington) as he manipulates the flow of time to prevent World War III.

Three Times Saved By Neil in Tenet (2020) understand Neil’s role, it’s sad and beautiful.

Casting
John David Washington, Robert Pattinson, and Elizabeth Debicki were cast in March 2019. Washington, Pattinson, and Debicki were each only permitted to read the screenplay while locked in a room. Nolan chose Washington for his performance in BlacKkKlansman (2018). Pattinson based his character’s mannerisms on those of author Christopher Hitchens.

The ending of Christopher Nolan’s ‘Tenet,’ explained. So it’s no wonder audiences have been left puzzled by the ending of his latest offering, “Tenet.”

When the plan is on the verge of failure, “backwards” Neil, driving a vehicle, drags Ives and the Protagonist out of the Hypocenter. The three decide to split up the algorithm between them and bury it in different points of time in order for it never to be reassembled and used to cause further destruction. It’s at this point that Neil announces that he is going “back in” to the event, inverting himself again and insert himself into the timeline. The sad truth is unveiled: Neil is killed when he goes in backwards and saves Ives and the Protagonist. We had actually seen him lying on the floor of the Hypocenter before the detonation. So he is effectively stuck in a time loop, exiting the event only to go back in, reliving the events of “Tenet” over and over again.

This orange string on Neil’s rucksack. It’s the same bag carried by the mysterious man who saved the Protagonist from being shot at the National Opera House in Kyiv at the start of the movie. Neil had been there throughout, ensuring the continuation of the mission. Neil admits, “What’s happened’s happened.”

Neil asks if he is the “only one who can get the door open on time,” referring to the door of the Hypocenter. But, of course, the audience already knew that he was the best locksmith because of his ability to open the doors quickly in the Freeport in Oslo. Neil also tells the Protagonist that this moment is “the end of a beautiful friendship,” a line that echoes Rick Blaine, played by Humphrey Bogart, at the end of “Casablanca.”

What happened at the end with Neil?
In the Algorithm room, the Protagonist and Ives (Aaron Taylor-Johnson) encounter a locked gate. On the other side, they see the corpse of a masked soldier, who wears a red string on his backpack. One of Sator’s men tries to shoot the Protagonist, but the masked man springs back to life, takes the bullet and unlocks the gate, allowing the Protagonist to prevent doomsday. He then reverses out of the tunnel. We later see the red string on Neil’s backpack, when he reveals that he was recruited by the Protagonist in the future. So the masked soldier who dies is Neil.

Who’s Neil?
fan theory: the identity of Neil may have an extra layer. He has some similarities to Kat — including Pattinson’s dyed blonde hair and posh English accent — and he shows a level of tenderness while nursing her that suggests a deeper connection. Which has led some viewers to speculate that Neil is in fact Kat’s son.

The epilogue takes place outside Kat’s son’s school on Cannon Place. The Protagonist shoots Priya and an assailant, who have shown up to assassinate Kat, thus eliminating the ability for any major players in “Tenet,” apart from himself, to move forward in time. The Protagonist has effectively turned into a time bodyguard to protect Kat and her son. After all, protecting her was the main purpose of the mission to prevent reverse entropy. He’d picked up a phone call from her alerting that something was suspicious. You’ll remember this was the phone that he had given her earlier.

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