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Ozark Season 4 Ending: Julia Garner Says Ruth’s Ending Felt Like Her Own

Ozark season 4 part 2 explored more of Ruth’s past growing up on the small trailer-packed Langmore lakeside property. Flashbacks provided insight into both Ruth and Wyatt’s tough upbringing with their parents and how they both comforted each other at night by escaping to the top of a trailer and sleeping under the stars to escape the pain. Javi killing Wyatt was like Javi killing a part Ruth. According to Garner, Ruth would never be the same following her cousin’s death. She had one reason to live, and that was to kill Javi. After that moment, Garner explains that Ruth was just going through the motions of life until death finally caught up with her.

Although Garner explained that Ruth no longer cared about living, her final scene showed surprise and fear when Camila confronted Ruth. Both surprise and fear indicate a feeling of self-preservation, that for a moment it seemed, Ruth did not want to die. Prior to her death, Ruth had her criminal record expunged in an attempt to go clean. Ruth’s death reveals a cold, hard truth of the series – that the Byrde family will likely get away unscathed with anything they do while those around them are subject to the consequences of their increasingly amoral actions. Bateman, the director of the Ozark season 4 finale, previously explained that Ruth underwent “fear and realization of what was coming,” indicating that perhaps she wanted a chance for her life to mean something more. However, staring down the end of a gun barrel, Ruth quickly accepted her fate, goading the new cartel head, and dying on her back, looking up into the stars as she did with Wyatt.

Why Ozark’s Series Finale Is So Divisive

Source: Time

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Ozark Season 4 Ending: Julia Garner Says Ruth’s Ending Felt Like Her Own

Ozark season 4 part 2 explored more of Ruth’s past growing up on the small trailer-packed Langmore lakeside property. Flashbacks provided insight into both Ruth and Wyatt’s tough upbringing with their parents and how they both comforted each other at night by escaping to the top of a trailer and sleeping under the stars to escape the pain. Javi killing Wyatt was like Javi killing a part Ruth. According to Garner, Ruth would never be the same following her cousin’s death. She had one reason to live, and that was to kill Javi. After that moment, Garner explains that Ruth was just going through the motions of life until death finally caught up with her.
Although Garner explained that Ruth no longer cared about living, her final scene showed surprise and fear when Camila confronted Ruth. Both surprise and fear indicate a feeling of self-preservation, that for a moment it seemed, Ruth did not want to die. Prior to her death, Ruth had her criminal record expunged in an attempt to go clean. Ruth’s death reveals a cold, hard truth of the series – that the Byrde family will likely get away unscathed with anything they do while those around them are subject to the consequences of their increasingly amoral actions. Bateman, the director of the Ozark season 4 finale, previously explained that Ruth underwent “fear and realization of what was coming,” indicating that perhaps she wanted a chance for her life to mean something more. However, staring down the end of a gun barrel, Ruth quickly accepted her fate, goading the new cartel head, and dying on her back, looking up into the stars as she did with Wyatt.
Why Ozark’s Series Finale Is So Divisive
Source: Time

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