Joker Director Finally Explains That Last Crucial Scene


  1. Looper

    LooperIl y a 7 jours

    How much of Joker do you think really happened in the movie? Which parts?

  2. slimturnpike

    slimturnpikeIl y a heure

    None of it. He's in the asylum the whole time.

  3. dasein

    daseinIl y a 3 heures

    @Joseph Bernard interesting points. Anyhow, Arthur would not make sense as Batman's nemesis.

  4. dasein

    daseinIl y a 3 heures

    @Paranoid0147 good points but if the riots didn't happen, then Thomas and Martha Wayne weren't killed, and Bruce wasn't orphaned. Arthur had to inspire the riots and they had to really happen.

  5. dasein

    daseinIl y a 4 heures

    @Tyler Frederick good point

  6. Jeffees

    JeffeesIl y a 6 heures

    @marco fisher ok so idiot

  7. slimturnpike

    slimturnpikeIl y a heure

    Obviously Fleck is in the asylum the whole time

  8. Ricardum

    RicardumIl y a 2 heures

    All the plot of the film is in Arthur head because the murder in subway didn't happenig, ARTHUR HAD A SIX SHOOT SMALL GUN AND HE SHOOTED EIGHT TIMES WHEN HE KILL THE ASSHOLES IN THE SUBWAY, WITH OUT RELOAD ONCE. SO IT WAS IMPOSSIBLE. ALL THE MOVIE DEVELOPS AROUND THIS MURDERS SO, NEED I SAY MORE?! Ergo: It was only a crazy desulion, and a completly lost of my time. I hate that kind of end. PLEASE PROVE ME WRONG, SOMEBOD!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  9. Halo Genisys

    Halo GenisysIl y a 2 heures

    More the merrier more to come murder me. Hey.

  10. killoreo

    killoreoIl y a 3 heures

    Its definately the THE Joker, what is reality and what is not is the joke.

  11. Sasho

    SashoIl y a 3 heures

    Basically my favourite year 5 story ending : “it was all a dream”

  12. Darkness God

    Darkness GodIl y a 4 heures

    Ha I knew it. They were using Killing Joke References.

  13. 420PraiseIt

    420PraiseItIl y a 4 heures

    Looper people how dense are you. The final scene with the bloody footprints gives it away. He incited the violence and chaos. All may not be true but his actions truly inspired THE joker who will walk on his bloody footsteps, thus creating the comic persona we know. Do they teach no literature in murica?Everything was a dream is a bad cliche and I hope from the bottom of my heart they aren't illiterate enough to pull that kind of bullshit

  14. S Lyons

    S LyonsIl y a 5 heures

    This just made me depressed

  15. Chug Taylor

    Chug TaylorIl y a 5 heures

    It’s cool to think that Joaquin Phoenix’s character broke the 4th wall & played a joke on us the viewer.

  16. James Feltis

    James FeltisIl y a 5 heures

    Id definately watch a sequel that movie was awesome

  17. deadterrorrist

    deadterrorristIl y a 6 heures

    I noticed something interesting. As far as I am aware, the true killer clown never introduced himself as just Joker. He always was THE Joker. I think that Arthur is not the one.

  18. Luis Vasquez

    Luis VasquezIl y a 6 heures

    I kinda of think that if the director/cast directly tells us how to interpret it, it defeats the purpose. If there is a sequel then we will have a better idea of what was real vs fake. Until then, all this speculation is interesting because they included support for many conspiracy theories

  19. Ibras Bagby

    Ibras BagbyIl y a 7 heures

    They should make a reboot of the whole series in this dark, brutal tone and world

  20. Sprawka ART

    Sprawka ARTIl y a 7 heures

    Really? I though when he said "you wouldn't get it" in the end scene, he was thinking about the irony of Wayne's parents being killed by people wearing clown's masks, as Tomas Wayne was the one who called working class people "clowns" after joker killed those guys in the subway. It doesnt matter at the end of the day if this Joker was a real story or a made up story, at the end of the day- it's all just a story anyway, its content is what counts.

  21. awsomespecs

    awsomespecsIl y a 7 heures

    if he isnt the joker il kind of be sad

  22. The Plains Jam

    The Plains JamIl y a 8 heures

    I actually find this theory something that I'm interested in.

  23. Ákos Kőszegi

    Ákos KőszegiIl y a 8 heures

    The movie was 10/11 for me. But that las lt scene was.... meh. I hope it doesn't means that the whole story happened in Arthur's head. I love twists, but this would only kill the whole story which was - for me - perfect. The scene where Arthurt became the leader of the rebelleion, where he became Joker and the chaos itself - that should've been the perfect ending. We didn't need the last 3 minutes even if it was a hint for the (later) Batman movies or wanted to be another twist. However, this is the best film I've ever seen and I hope it will get an Oscar. This movie is too dark (and real) for any movie of the Marvel universe, but is also so much better 😂😅

  24. Nightly

    NightlyIl y a 9 heures

    It’s a joker movie based on a character that has no real 100% true backstory that’s why they did that in this movie because in the comics it’s always been like that even In the dark knight heath ledger is always changing up his story as to how he got his scars. You can tell who the casual fans are thinking that they were going to get a clear cut origin of the joker lol

  25. Orlando SOrozco

    Orlando SOrozcoIl y a 10 heures

    In the “The Killing Joke” Arthur Fleck actually becomes the Joker, so if the movie was highly influenced by the graphic novel, then I assume that in the movie Arthur Fleck is the authentic Joker too.

  26. Mark Higuera

    Mark HigueraIl y a 10 heures

    Dam if the whole movie was just a lie tho dam some crazy shit

  27. AV51631.92

    AV51631.92Il y a 10 heures

    I think him in Arkham is in the future and he was remembering him becoming joker and he was laughing because he realized he made Batman

  28. Oluwafemioguntimehin Oguntimehin

    Oluwafemioguntimehin OguntimehinIl y a 11 heures


  29. KhenpoDub

    KhenpoDubIl y a 11 heures

    My theory is: All that happens in the movie is real (except of course his relationship with his neighbour). The Last Scene happens way after the timeline of the movie. After the whole protests, he gets arrested and his put in Arkham hospital. This would explain why it looks like there is a huge age gap between Bruce Wayne and him, when in reality, who knows, maybe the whole storyline in the movie happened in his twenties.

  30. Click Bait

    Click BaitIl y a 12 heures

    It doesn't matter what happened and what didn't. The idea of the Joker is predicated on a movement. A rebellion of sorts. All of the sequences may have been exaggerated, or not. But Jokers story carries on right to the next person who takes on the Joker persona. He speaks for the forgotten, the looked over, the unwanted and uses violence to make people see them again.

  31. ninux

    ninuxIl y a 12 heures

    That's just silly.

  32. JD

    JDIl y a 12 heures

    He is perfectly ok saying that until the studio turns around and tells him.. put Batman in the movie 🤣

  33. Samasoku

    SamasokuIl y a 12 heures

    thats just dumb .you cant make a character and call him joker and then turn around saying "wasnt really him tho lolol just a random psycho"

  34. Marco Ramirez

    Marco RamirezIl y a 13 heures

    How come your explaining it not the director ?

  35. Conor Geraghty

    Conor GeraghtyIl y a 13 heures

    I don’t like the idea at all that Arthur is the inspiration for the future joker, however the idea that he made it all/elements of it up makes perfect sense in my eyes. The joker is renowned for being of such a high intellect (which Arthur isn’t particularly), so it wouldn’t surprise me at all if the joker in the final scene is just making this story up as a way of toying with the interviewer or psychiatrist or whatever she is. Also, every single time Arthur killed in the past it was for a reason, whereas the implied final kill in Arkham would have just been killing for the sake of it - a very joker thing to do. We also know that the joker has no origin story and Arthur fleck is not a name that has ever been mentioned in the past in comics, so again it makes sense to me that this isn’t a genuine back story and is something which he has just created as it would seem feasible to a psychiatrist that this is why he became the joker. Just my interpretation for what it’s worth

  36. jeevan kumar

    jeevan kumarIl y a 13 heures

    What do you expect from Joker everything is in his mind 😱😱😵

  37. Pedro Pablo Ceron

    Pedro Pablo CeronIl y a 13 heures

    A simple reason for a.flecc for not being the real joker is his age. I think. So if Bruce grows up how Old would arthur be? And joker is not inmortal theres just 3 types of him.

  38. Amy Cranmer

    Amy CranmerIl y a 14 heures

    Amazing important movie.

  39. Chelsea-Rose Williams

    Chelsea-Rose WilliamsIl y a 15 heures

    My first initial reaction was that it was a delusion and the true joker was in the crowd and inspired the true joker.

  40. I should be asleep 3 hours ago

    I should be asleep 3 hours agoIl y a 15 heures

    Why I waste my time watching this

  41. MythicalSalmon

    MythicalSalmonIl y a 16 heures

    Where it’s the audio from the director?

  42. JONNY_Z__ 370z NA

    JONNY_Z__ 370z NAIl y a 16 heures

    There is only 1 way you can look at this movie.....

  43. Eldred Dsouza

    Eldred DsouzaIl y a 19 heures

    The ‘it’s not even the real joker’ theory? Just shut up. He is! *PERIOD*

  44. Adam Contreras

    Adam ContrerasIl y a 19 heures

    I really hope they don’t say what actually happened and I hope they introduce him falling into a vat and further developing his character, maybe it helps him age slower so that he may grow to fight the Batman

  45. Andrew Hewitt

    Andrew HewittIl y a 19 heures

    This shit better not be made up in his head, that would be dumb as fuck. Especially if they ever made a 2nd movie, (which honestly I wouldn’t mind if they just left it with this 1), but it would render this entire movie except the last scene useless.

  46. EaST CoAsT MaCHete

    EaST CoAsT MaCHeteIl y a 21 heure

    A Cinematic Masterpiece .

  47. Puly M

    Puly MIl y a 21 heure

    He’s just playing with us. What would be the point about telling the story of the Joker that turns out not to be the Joker!? I believe the idea behind all this is leave it to our imagination due that the joker is crazy and as any other person with a psychological issue, we won’t be able to understand him fully or see what’s the true intention behind his actions. At the end we have to came up with our own explanation of what happened. We can believe whatever we want to believe. It would be really stupid that the story ends up being about a random guy

  48. SacKing_916_

    SacKing_916_Il y a 22 heures

    Well it is called "Joker" not THE JOKER

  49. Preston Thompson

    Preston ThompsonIl y a 22 heures

    I think he was intended to be the real joker. My interpretation was that this was a troubled person that had a heart. He took care of his Mom and he wasn’t vengeful at first. Eventually he gave in and he became The Joker when he decided that his problems were the same thing as his identity. In other words, he was just a sad guy that never found any answers in his life.

  50. Mdmazing

    MdmazingIl y a 22 heures

    Just watched American psyco, joker was a total rip off lmao

  51. riopato2009

    riopato2009Il y a jour

    It would be awesome if Todd Philips didn't really make a Joker origin film but instead made a Red Hood origin film and the person who became the real Joker is the unknown man under the red hood who fell in the vat of chemicals.

  52. Ismael Rodriguez

    Ismael RodriguezIl y a jour

    If Arthur is not the original Joker but a man with a mental condition, on which the REAL Joker character is based on , then what is the point on watching this Twight Light Zone Joker type of a movie if WE ARE not witnessing the REAL Joker and his origin story ?. I am not going to watch this travesti!!!

  53. LacrossePunk20

    LacrossePunk20Il y a jour

    Arthur would be pretty old by the time he faces Batman. He's the inspiration for the real Joker, in my humble opinion.

  54. ToddthaGod

    ToddthaGodIl y a jour

    I think Phillip is lying saying Batman won’t face joker. DC will literally force him bcuz it’ll be a box office hit no matter what

  55. Michael Haflich

    Michael HaflichIl y a jour

    Before The Joker film Everyone: Doesn’t want to learn The Joker’s past After the Joker film Everyone: Well wtf is his past?

  56. Dwuan

    DwuanIl y a jour

    How can you make a “Joker” movie, albeit an original retelling, and it not be the Joker? Ok... DC and WB’s has screwed up again. They made a compelling film, but now trying to make it some deep, mental, “Matrix” thing. Oh not to mention the Director just ruined the idea or hopeful promise that this AWESOME Joker incarnation will never meet The Batman. They are so dumb.

  57. Sebastián Dongo

    Sebastián DongoIl y a jour

    People in the comment section are desperate to know the truth, and so am I :'^(

  58. Jonathan Pratte

    Jonathan PratteIl y a jour


  59. Tony Marshall

    Tony MarshallIl y a jour

    I'm fine with him not being the actual joker but inspiring the real joker. The whole made up story makes the film seem less interesting

  60. Ben Mulvey

    Ben MulveyIl y a jour

    Endgame was garbage Joker was a masterpiece!

  61. Gavan Weimer

    Gavan WeimerIl y a jour

    That ending should be so terrible

  62. Dj Ferrer

    Dj FerrerIl y a jour

    I just want Joaquin to win a damn Oscar, it took how many years for Leo to win, but this should be and better be Joaquins success with this acting goal to get the academy. I haven't even seen the movie it's already giving me the creeps how he plays joker and how insanely good he plays joker (dark dark joker). Up until Heath, Joaquin plays the best joker and the scariest one so far. Heath is looking down "give him the best actor award or else"

  63. The Kid

    The KidIl y a jour

    Hot take: Joker is better than a lot of marvel movies

  64. Medalion

    MedalionIl y a jour

    The idea that this character insipred the REAL Joker one day... is akin to what GOTHAM was trying to do with Jerome/Jeremiah Valeska.

  65. Kendel Tompkins

    Kendel TompkinsIl y a jour

    This made me more upset than I was when I walked out of that movie