Great Expectations

After his opening,Finn goes to find Estella(that didn't show up),but instead of Estella,he finds Miss Dinsmoor who tells him that Estella married Walter.He leaves broken hearted and back at his apartment finds Arthur Lusting(Who didn't die afterall).Finn tries helping him get rid of some gangsters but Arthur is stabbed and dies in his arms,telling him he was his benefactor and that he bought all his paintings.A few years later, Finn comes back to Florida and while visiting Paradiso Perduto (which is now a ruin waiting to be demolished;Miss dinsmoor died and was discovered after a month in her mansion) sees Estella daughter.He runs after her and finds Estella.She tells him that she had been thinking of him and asks him to forgive her.He asks her if she does't know him and then takes her by the hand.The movie ends with the two of them holding hands and looking at the ocean.

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Plot hole: At the beginning of the film Lustig suddenly emerges from the water right in front of Finn. It's not possible that he could have been hiding in the shallow water without Finn noticing him. (00:03:40)

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Finn: The night all of my dreams came true, and like all happy endings, It was a tragedy, Of my device, for I succeeded. I had cut myself loose from Joe, from the past, from the gulf, from poverty I had invented myself. I'd done it cruelly, but I had done it. I was free.

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Trivia: Of all the characters, only Estella's name appeared in both the film and the original novel. All other characters had different names in the loosely-adapted film version.

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