The Giver Ending Explained – Everything We Know So Far!

Here’s how the 2014 Young Adult movie The Giver ends. The Giver is based on the 1993 novel by Lois Lowry of the same name. It occurs after a war called “The Ruin” in a community where love and desire are forbidden. This is done to keep things running smoothly, but a Receiver of Memory is chosen to keep all the memories of the past hidden from everyone else. Jonas (Brenton Thwaites, Titans), who is determined to be the next Receiver, is the story’s hero. As he gets more and more memories from the previous Receiver, he struggles with feeling real love and sadness for the first time. He also finds out some bad things about how his town is run.

The Giver is one of the many YA dystopian books after The Hunger Games. The Maze Runner series and The 5th Wave are also worth reading. Jeff Bridges, who plays The Giver, had wanted to make a movie out of the book for a long time. At one point, he wanted his father, Lloyd, to play the main character. The Giver has an impressive cast, including Jeff Bridges, Alexander Skarsgrd, and Meryl Streep, but critics and moviegoers had mixed feelings about it.

Jonas is chosen by the Chief Elder (Streep) as the Receiver of Memory in The Giver. One of his friends, Fiona (Odeya Rush), is selected for the Nurturing Center, and another, Asher (Cameron Monaghan, Gotham), is chosen to be a drone pilot. Jonas learns to see colour for the first time through his training. Rosemary, the Giver’s daughter, played by Taylor Swift, was chosen to be the Receiver of Memory, but she ended up killing herself because of how much it made her feel. Later, Jonas tells Fiona to stop taking the injections that make her feel less emotional, and the two kiss.

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In a crucial part of The Giver, Jonas finds out that Gabe, a baby his family is taking care of, will be “released,” which means killed. He takes the baby with him and runs away into Elsewhere. The Chief Elder tells Asher to use a drone to follow Jonas, but he lets them go when his friend tells him about the Elders’ secrets from everyone. Fiona is said she will be “set free” for helping Jonas and Gabe escape, and Jonas’s father, played by Skarsgrd, is given the job of making this happen. The Giver himself asks the Elders to let the community start feeling and acting like real people again, but this idea is turned down.

At the end of The Giver, Jonas and Gabe go beyond Elsewhere’s border, which brings back everyone’s memories. Fiona’s life is saved by the emotions that sweep the town. In the last scene, Jonas narrates as he and Gabe are about to go into a house that Jonas has seen before in The Giver’s memories.

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