Watched the rest and it got pretty jarring - both Linden and Holder were shown to have far deeper issues than we thought, to the point that we had serious doubts they could prevail. But the bittersweet ending was satisfying with both of them at least somewhat under control, and realizing that the other is the closest thing to a friend either will ever have.
Some great scenes, like the colonel asking Linden if she had ever looked someone in the face as she killed him.
Also have to say that the kid who played Kyle did a great job, blurring the line between victim and psycho right to the end.
Edit> Also wanted to mention that it was cool how they recreated the opening scene of Linden looking out across the water. And the symbolism, maybe cheesy to some, of the incessant rain ending for the final scene (though it still wasn't exactly sunny either)...
Who knew "flammable" and "inflammable" mean the same thing???
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