THE PLATFORM Ending Explained!


In this video we take a deep dive, review, recap and explain the ending to Netflix’s latest horror film from Spain “The Platform”. El Hoyo. Follow me on twitter: …



  1. I believe it really didn’t had a child, being in a place like that would have anyone tripping… also the pannacotta really reaches the top that’s y it was shown in between the movie….. good 1 Netflix…..👍🏾💯

  2. Could Level 0 represent a parallel jail? cooks are treated as slaves, we don't know how they ended there, plus they seem blind to what happens under they feet, focused on satisfying the needs of the administrator… the administrator's duty is to guarantee the perfect preparation of every inmate's favourite meal… what inmates want to consume is also what corrupts the whole system

  3. I hate movies that end like this ..its like a kick in the fuck you if you wanted to see the full end…..fuck the ending…great movie…sucky ending

  4. My main gripe with the film is that it seems to be net negative which just makes the whole movie kinda dumb the more I think about it because then there is no optimum solution. There seems to not be enough food, as despite having the top 50 fast, having a 99% intact platform, and going through over 100 empty floors they are still left with one item . If it is suppose to represent capitalism then it fails to simulate American lives, as there is very clearly enough to go around in the US, as it is currently a post-scarcity society. And mostly self-sufficient. [Don't even try to debate on this point, I will merc you (: ] The world is a more hotly debated question (I think there is but it requires a lot of STEM workers ). The movie would be more interesting if there was enough food for everyone to go around. Instead it shows a scarcity economy that has little resemblance to most Western countries.

  5. That movie was such a ride. 10/10 I would say. Too bad that there are many who will never grasp the message in this film…. 😔 oh well. 😈 Enjoy floor 1 while it last my friends.

  6. An interesting film indeed. The Spanish have a knack for making good horror films. The ending was a bit abrupt for me. I would have like to know more about the top and the people who ran the place. I would never go into a place voluntarily unless I knew exactly what I was getting myself into.

  7. Basically this movie serves as an allegory for Marxism by tying it to biblical metaphors. It's often joked in communist circles that Jesus was a communist. The creators showcase that argument in the beginning when Trimerassi or whatever his name is accuses Goreng of being a communist. This movie takes the communist sentiments seen in Christian ideology to the next level, or should I say…333 levels

  8. I loved everything about this art and how it fit so well with what the world is facing I also cried horribly in despair thinking, humans learn nothing until its to late. They've had the signs in front of their faces for so long from the earth and other species and still make the slow descent into madness that is inevitable. I want to think I'm better and that I would do all it takes to help and save others and try in vain to change the system. But in the end I would be one that just might fall, falling past each level catching a glimpse of what I expected, my tears falling upwards and my heart sinking into unknown depths.

  9. Or the kid comes upon the Architect who explains that she has reached the source o f the 7th version of the matrix in which she must face that which is her opposite……vis-à-vis Death

  10. saw my cousins watching this and they try to explain me the premise, i was like "so it's snowpiercer?" i joined them and yea, i could say i liked the film

  11. I think that the girl at the bottom was the key to escaping. Because she was perfectly healthy and not starving I believe this prison thing placed her there for somebody to go down and find her and send her back up to the top. Then the person remaining on the very bottom is set free for being a decent human. At least that’s the way I see it

  12. I loved the movie, I've already watched it 3 times. I feel the beginning and middle messages were very obvious (over consumption, the selfishness of man, capitalist system, classism, communism etc.)
    However I didn't get the ending and I think your analysis fits perfectly.


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