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WARNING: This article contains spoilers for Mother/Android
The gripping film stars Chloe Grace Moretz and Euphoria's Algee Smith as a couple expecting their first child, after thousands of evil robots turn against their human owners.
They manage to escape to a forest during their trek to Boston where they will be able to catch a boat transporting new mums to South Korea. But to get to Boston, they must cross a no-man's land filled with androids seeking revenge.
As fans who have watched the film already know, their journey is treacherous and after being captured and tortured by the robots, Sam (Algee Smith) loses his legs.
After making it to an army base in Boston, Georgia (Chloe Grace Moretz) gives birth to a baby boy they name Forest.
The boat service is operated by a group called the Family Initiative as the city of Boston falls to the androids. There’s only one boat left and the couple are told only baby Forest will be able to come aboard.
As mum and baby are separated forever, she writes a heartbreaking goodbye letter explaining her choices to her son. In the next scene Georgia is seen alone in Boston, after Sam presumably dies from his injuries, as she burns pictures of them together, symbolising her leaving the past behind.
Viewers have reacted to the sad ending on Twitter, with one woman tweeting: "I was on the verge of tears while watching the ending of Mother/Android."
Another big reaction came from one Twitter who was overcome with emotion after seeing the final scene. They said: "Watching Mother/Android and omfg the ending got me crying so much that my throat is hurting like idk why it’s making me cry so hard like this."
One viewer called the ending "unexpected" while another Twitter user said the conclusion was "too much".
Another Mother/Android viewer shared: "Starting the day crying because of the film ‘mother/android’ oh my God. it was a good movie but the ending is so sad."
While someone else wrote: "Well I am traumatised and crying in bed after watching Mother/Android on Netflix. The ending has proper ruined my Sunday I’m so sad."
We're gonna need lots of tissues to get through this film.
Mother/Android is available to watch on Netflix in the UK and Hulu in the US.
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