Censor Ending Explained [SPOILER!]

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Film censor Enid takes pride in her meticulous work, guarding unsuspecting audiences against the deleterious effects of watching the gore-filled decapitations and eye gougings she pores over. Her sense of duty to protect is amplified by guilt over her inability to recall details of the long-ago disappearance of her sister, recently declared dead in absentia.

When Enid is assigned to review a disturbing film from the archive that echoes her hazy childhood memories, she begins to unravel how this eerie work might be tied to her past.


Censor Video Summary

Censor Ending Explained (Spoilers)

Censor Plot Summary and Synopsis

Enid is a video censor working during the video nasty era. She gains media attention when one of the videos she approved was linked to a serial killer dubbed “The Amnesia Killer”, as he claims to not remember any of the murders.

It also brings her to the attention of a sleazy film producer named Doug, who wants her to review a horror film for him.

The film, Don’t Go in the Church by Frederick North, reminds Enid of her sister Nina, who went missing when she was only seven. Enid is disturbed by the film, particularly the creepy actor “Beastman”. She grows obsessed with North and rents one of his banned films, Asunder. She’s stunned when she sees the actress Alice Lee, as Enid is convinced that the actress is her missing sister.

Enid goes so far as to tell her parents her theory, only for them to demand that she moves on. Enid’s hold on reality grows increasingly more tenuous, as she has surreal, confusing dreams about Alice Lee, Beastman, and the church from Don’t Go in the Church.

Enid solicits Doug for information about North and even goes as far as to come home with him, as he wants to sleep with her. She learns that North is going to be filming a sequel to Church starring Alice Lee.

Doug tries to force himself on Enid and in the ensuing struggle he accidentally impales himself on one of his awards. This is too much for Enid to process, eroding her sanity further. Enid manages to obtain the filming address for Church 2 and travels to the location, where she’s mistaken for one of the film’s actresses.

When she encounters Frederick North Enid tries to ask about Alice Lee and his inspiration for the film, but only learns that he based the movie on a true story.

He ignores her pleas for her sister and instead makes her perform in the movie, unaware that Enid is hallucinating that everything is real.

Under this haze Enid murders Beastman in order to rescue Alice, only coming out of her daze when the crew reacts in horror. Angry, Enid kills North and chases after Alice. Once cornered, Alice denies ever knowing Enid and says that she already has a sister and that is not Enid.

This revelation completely breaks Enid, who hallucinates that she has a remote capable of rewinding reality.

Censor Ending

In her delusion Alice is truly Nina and Enid drives her to reunite with their parents. In reality terrified Alice begs horrified Enid’s parents for help.

Enid laughs maniacally.

Source: Wikipedia (CC BY-SA 3.0).

The Ending explained

Enid got completely bonkers and become a dangerous crazy murderer. She will certainly end up locked in a mental hospital for life.

Cooncel Rating

A horror movie filled with gore, violence, and female screams. An outdated plot twist with the protagonist going slowly in madness doesn’t help it much.

Rating: 3 out of 5.

Source: Cooncel.com.

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