Greta Gerwig on ’emotional’ final line

Spoiler alert! The next is made up of facts about the ending of “Barbie” (now in theaters).

There is no putting Barbie back again in the box.

Soon after an existential journey to Los Angeles, Barbie (Margot Robbie) properly restores harmony to Barbie Land, which is taken around by patriarchal Kens in the film’s sharply satirical third act. But like Frodo at the conclude of “The Return of the King,” Barbie no lengthier feels at household in her cozy, acquainted world. Eager for human thoughts and activities, she decides to depart the valley of the dolls and embark on a new daily life in California.

And with some mild assistance from her inventor, Ruth Handler (Rhea Perlman), Barbie chooses to accept mortality and turn out to be a man or woman at the conclusion of the motion picture, adopting the past name Handler for herself. Greta Gerwig, who directed and co-wrote “Barbie,” tells United states Today about the real-everyday living Handler and that outstanding closing second.

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In the very last scene, genial Mattel personnel Gloria (The usa Ferrera) and her daughter, Sasha (Ariana Greenblatt), drop Barbie off at an workplace building for what would seem to be a occupation job interview. Nervous but psyched, Barbie walks by a waiting place to a receptionist’s desk, beaming as she states the movie’s final line, “I’m here to see my gynecologist.”