Originally Posted by crackajack
A powerful guilt and atonement tragedy.
I don't know if it glorifies suicide. I can't see glory no matter how many lives he saves if he has to die to gain "success".
Suicide is always sad and i think it portrayed the lack of other possibilities (in his view) quite realistic.
Agreed, and I think he is also returning to his wife in the film. It's a beautiful movie, though. I liked the color scheme changes. Blue/Gold. Death/Life.