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So, we've had a whole love story. The main couple have passed through all the possible obstacles separating them: physical distance, a Love Triangle, a properly jealous villain, the comedic villian defeatned, maybe even the Big Bad (common in epic fairy tales). Now, they are kissing each other at sunset as the very well known words are narrated:
"And they lived Happily Ever After..."
Normally, that's the end.
Despite being one of The Oldest Ones in the Book, this ending is still used more frequently than you'd think. Many audiences simply want a Happy Ending because it makes them feel good. True art may be angsty, but Angst Aversion is also a fact of life. Everyone has their own favorite spot on the Sliding Scale of Idealism Versus Cynicism, and the Happily Ever After ending is meant to appeal to those who prefer the more idealistic side of things.
The original source of the Happily Ever After endings, the Fairy Tale, often dealt with the end of the evil characters, with great finality and with more details than the hero and heroine's happiness.
Or, if we cut to the future, show them at home with their growing children. With scenes of the hero and his love intrest becoming parents may feature grandchildren, or even great-grandchildren. Unmatched friends often appear in the role of Honorary Uncle; conversely,
Weddings for Everyone may result in loads of underfoot children. And expect the newborns to be named after dead friends or teammates who had made didn't make it during the course of the story, clearing the path for the heroes' victory at the cost of their own lives.
Sometimes a cast of characters in a story go through a lot more hardship, anguish and grief than is necessary for a story. In the end, however, you see them get their happily-ever-after. While humans may act bad and the world may seem like it's a poor place to be, but that doesn't mean that the worst villain is beyond redemption, or that things can't be improved with hard work or even The Power of Love.
Some a sudden plot-twist comes around that yields a happier ending than one could have logically expected, such as a character who has seemingly died is actually still alive and helping the hero.
Eaither way it's quiet beautiful and I LIKE THIS KIND ENDINGMusic for the Second Half of the Article
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