Corrected entry: When the American inspector shows Tom the license plates found in Dickie's luggage (near the end of the movie), the larger plate has '2007' on the bottom. One of the numbers must be facing the wrong way, because no matter which way the plate is turned, either the 2 or the 7 is always upside down.
Factual error: A copy of Miles Davis' album "Tutu" is sitting on a counter. Odd since the recording wasn't made until 1986.
Tom Ripley: You're the brother I never had. I'm the brother you never had. I would do anything for you, Dickie.
Question: I know that Tom had to kill Peter because of Meredith's family being there and all, but what exactly does this end mean? Is Ripley caught as a liar? Does he stay as Dickie for the rest of his life? What exactly does this end suggest?
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