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The ending was confusing...

Why exactly did they kill themselves? Also, why did they want those boys to be there when they did....i প্রণয় the movie, but i was always wondering about that...plus i was wondering, the only one who wasnt a virgin when she committed suicide was Lux...so why the movie title?
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Polexia said:
first off the movie (and book) is called "the Virgin Suicides" so plural, much like in Romeo and Juliet, আপনি know that they are going to die in the end.
It is necessary for people to have an direct - articulated reason to commit suicide, it is আরো related to a feeling/overall mood of alienation and not seeing an other way out. আপনি could pose that they committed suicide because they thought they couldn't escape that house - that family - that life...

second, regarding the Virgin প্রশ্ন - the notion of virgin doesn't necessarily point out the chastity of a girl/woman - the origins is from a time that every young girl was a virgin/maiden - pure and innocent, not necessarily the fact if they had had sex (although that was the underlying thought - it isn't necessary to be called a virgin to actually still be a virgin)...
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i also read the book and whatched the movie i loved both i was পাঠ করা ur মতামত and i agree ppl should have a reason to even think about so heres a reason at 23 a virgin lived with her bro and dad she she was raped and ur dad and bro laughted at her so theres a good reason it happened to me only 4 days পূর্বে and i wished i was dead
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gypsy74 said:
I agree, the ending was cryptic. I think that was deliberate. "Virgin" in the context of this movie, I believe, refers to the girls dying before ever really experiencing life...a strange, overbearing set of parental morals attempting to keep their children out of harm's way at all costs, only for those beliefs to be the very weapons that end up killing them. Sad, and quite a moving movie. Why did they want the boys there? I'm not sure either, except that those boys were the only real attention they were getting at that point...an audience for their last act. I liked the imagined car ride; one of the boys (we never know which one the narrator actually is) daydreams about actually getting the sisters out, probably realizing as he's imagining that it isn't going to happen.
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ThomasStines said:
They likely killed themselves because they found themselves trapped in a highly restrictive household, with overbearing, overprotective, domineering parents that refused to allow them to experience life and grow on/of their own accord. They continued to experience punishment for the acts of others. Similar to some prisoners that kill themselves in jail. They saw no other way out, and already dying অথবা dead inside, emotionally, able to communicate only through superficial means (light signals, সঙ্গীত played over the phone, etc). The prom gave them a brief taste of freedom & normalcy, the resultant extreme isolation দ্বারা their parents took that away. Some people have free spirits that cannot deal with confinement and/or detainment. Platos' Socrates was one such spirit whom also chose death over unjust imprisonment.

Perhaps they wanted to boys to save them from their prison, torment, and continued isolation. The timing coincided with the increased contact clandestine contact with the boys (first lights, then phone music, then actual notes where they could ask directly to be saved). Perhaps the timing was intentional so that the boys could find them already dead. They may have craved the attention their first sister received after her suicide, অথবা just to be found দ্বারা someone other than their parents, whom probably would have covered their deaths.

I think others have adequately answered the last question, but of five sisters, four were still virgins. It could also signify the fact that they were unable to truly live their lives, virgin দ্বারা sense of overprotective parents and a highly sheltered existence. They had no friends, they had no true boyfriends. They had no extracurricular activities. They missed out on the things that "normal" teenagers experience. As parents often try to protect their daughters sexual virginity in their teen years, in fear of the dangers of promiscuity, their parents tried to protect them from most all aspects of life's potential dangers. They were virgins to the typical teenage human experiences.
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AnswersOnline said:
When the first girl in the beginning committed suicide, and the priest came into the প্রথমপাতা to comfort the family, he made sure to tell the mother that he registered her death as an 'accident.' In the end, the reason the girls mainly needed the boys to প্রদর্শনী up in the first place, was that they didn't want to go down as an accident. They wanted people to know it was a suicide, and people to know that it was because of there parents. The mother আরো blamed than the father, everyone was growing continuously suspicious of why the girls aren't in school, even neighbours talked about the mothers cruel ways. In the end, the parents where punished দ্বারা losing their daughters and knowing it was their fault, mainly, while everyone else knew as well.
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