Midsommar's Ending Explained: What Happened & What It Really Means (2022)

Ari Aster's new horror film Midsommar has an ending that's about as horrifying as you'd expect from the writer-director who made last year's Hereditary. The film stars Florence Pugh as Dani, a young woman who suffers the devastating loss of herfamily when her bipolar sister kills herself and their parents with carbon monoxide. Looking for an escape, Dani follows her boyfriend Christian (Jack Reynor) on a trip with his friends to a folk festival in Sweden, run by a commune that Christian's friend Pelle (Vilhelm Blomgren) grew up in.

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Hårga at first seems like paradise - full of soft music, white clothes, flower-picking, and dancing. However, things take a dark turn during the first ceremony, when two elders of the commune commit ritualistic suicide. As Dani and Christian's friends begin disappearing one by one, it becomes clear that there's something very dark going on behind the scenes of the Midsommar festivities.

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Drawn intoHårga's culture and traditions by curiosity, a search for belonging, and the hypnotic nature of the Midsommar rituals, Dani and Christian each become a central part of Midsommar's grim final ceremony. Here's how Midsommarmovie ends, and what it all means.

What the Hell Happened In Midsommar's Ending?

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Midsommar's ending reveals that Pelle lured his friends toHårga so that they could be used in the festival's rituals of mating and sacrifice. His brother, Ingemar(Hampus Hallberg), did the same, bringing two friends from London. All of the outsiders except for Dani and Christian have been quietly killed off during the week, because each of them failed in some way:Mark (Will Poulter) urinated on a sacred burial ground, Simon (Archie Madekwe) and Connie (Ellora Torchia) tried to leave, and Josh (William Jackson Harper) tried to take photos of one of Hårga's sacred texts after being forbidden from doing so. Christian is chosen to "mate" with one ofHårga's young women, while Dani takes part in a ritual dance and is crowned May Queen.

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In the final ceremony of the Midsommar festival, nine human sacrifices are made in the yellow pyramid-shaped temple that Dani was told not to enter. The sacrifices are an offering of life in exchange for life, and every year the May Queen chooses the final and most important sacrifice. Dani chooses Christian to be sacrificed, and he is sewn into a bear skin and placed at the center of the temple. Dani and theHårgans watch as the temple is burned, and afterwards Dani presumably stays inHårga, having become part of the community.

TheHårga Commune In Midsommar Explained

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Pelle lays out the life cycle ofHårgans for his friends shortly after they arrive in the commune. The life of each member of the community is divided into four seasons, each lasting 18 years. Childhood (spring) lasts from ages 0 to 18, and from ages 18 to 36 (summer) young people leaveon a pilgrimage, spending those years living in other places around the world. They return to the commune and work from ages 36 to 54 (fall), and from ages 54 to 72 (winter) they lead the community as elders.

As Dani and her fellow outsiders find out in a horrifying fashion, Hårgans who live to the age of 72 end their lives in a ritual where they jump from a high cliff onto a rock below. Those who don't die during the fall are killed afterwards by being struck repeatedly on the head with a large wooden mallet. The dead bodies are then cremated and the ashes are scattered around a sacred ancestral tree.

TheHårgans deal with the challenge of a small gene pool by having members of the family who are on their pilgrimage bring "new bloods" back to the community. This isforeshadowedtowards the start of the movie, in a conversation about how Swedish women are so beautiful because the Vikings captured thebest women from around the world and brought them back to their own country. It's implied by the ethnic homogeneity of the community that only white outsiders are permitted to "mate" with theHårgans, while people of color like Josh and Connie are brought in purely for the purposes of ritual sacrifice. There are some exceptions to the rules against incest; cousins inHårga are sometimes permitted to mate, and each generation has an "unclouded" oracle who is the deliberate product of inbreeding. And that brings us toMidsommar's ending.

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The May Queen and the Mating Ritual In Midsommar Explained

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As Midsommar moves towards its ending, all of Dani and Christian's friends have (unbeknown to them) been killed. Dani and Christian's relationship has long been troubled, and theHårgans deliberately work to drive them further apart, with Pelle getting closer to Dani and Maja (Isabelle Grill) carrying out rituals tocast a love spell on Christian. This series of rituals isrevealed shortly after the outsiders arrive inHårga, when Connie and Simon examine a tapestry that shows a woman falling in love with a man, placing flowers under his pillow, and then hiding her pubic hair in his food - resulting in the man falling in love with and impregnating her.

Maja hides a love rune under Christian's bed and bakes her pubic hair into a pie that he eats. Later, Christian has a meeting withHårga elder Siv (Gunnel Fred), where she tells him that he has been granted permission to mate with Maja. During the May Queen celebrations, Christian is given a drink with hallucinogenic properties, and then flower petals are laid out to create a path for him to the barn where Maja is waiting. He is made to inhale steam that gives him "vitality," and then has sex with Maja while surrounded by a group of Hårga's older women, who sing and urge him on. When he is finished, Maja declares that she canfeel herself becoming pregnant - at which point Christian has, unfortunately for him, outlived his usefulness.

Meanwhile, Dani takes part in a ritualistic dance, based on a story about how the devil disguised himself as a fiddler, came toHårga, and forced people to dance until they died. The young women ofHårga drink a drugged tea and then dance around a maypole until they fall down from exhaustion. Whomever is left standing last is declared that year's May Queen - and this Midsommar, that person is Dani. She is given a flower crown and pride of place at the May Queen feast, and then taken to bless the harvest and animals. The final step is for Dani to be accepted by theHårgan elders, but she hears the singing from the mating ritual and walks to the barn. She peers through the door, sees Christian having sex with Maja, and begins crying hysterically. The young women ofHårga gather around her and cry with her, matching her screams.

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The Nine Human Sacrifices At The End Of Midsommar Explained

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In Midsommar's ending we see the final part of the festival's twisted traditions, as nine human sacrifices are offered up to the gods in exchange for nine new lives, in the form of babies conceived during the Midsommar celebrations.According toHårgan tradition, these nine human sacrifices must be made up of four new bloods, four nativeHårgans, and a final sacrifice - chosen by the May Queen between the options of a randomly selectedHårgan and a new blood. By the end of the movie, four of the new blood sacrifices have already been made: British visitors Connie and Simon, and Christian's friends Josh and Mark.

TwoHårgans have also already been sacrificed, dismembered, and turned into strange art pieces that are displayed during the final ceremony. Two otherHårgans are chosenfor the sacrifice because they succeeded in bringing new bloods to the community: Pelle's brother, Ingemar, and another man called Ulf (Henrik Norlén). It's heavily implied that Pelle's own parents were sacrificed in their own time, as Pelle tells Dani that they burned in a fire when he was a child. However, having brought the May Queen toHårga, Pelle isspared from being sacrificed and instead given the highest honors.

Christian attempts to escape after the mating ritual, and runs into a chicken coop where he finds Simon's body suspended into the air and turned into a "blood eagle" - a method of ritual killingwhere the ribs have been removed from his back and his lungs pulled out to create the appearance of wings. Due to Christian's drugged-up state, the lungs appear to be breathing. Christian is caught and has a powder blown in his face that paralyzes him, rendering him unable to speak or move. He is brought before Dani, and she is given the choice to sacrifice either Christian or the randomly-selectedHårgan. Dani chooses Christian, and he is sewn into a bear skin and brought to the sacred temple, where he is made the centerpiece of the sacrifice - representing all that is unholy, which theHårgans wish to cast out.

The bodies of the other sacrifices are also brought to the temple and placed around the walls. One of Josh's legs has been cut off and, as Christian saw earlier, buried in the garden like a flower. Meanwhile, the only thing left of Mark is his skinned face and scalp, which has been placed on a straw dummy and given a jester's hat. This was foreshadowed earlier in the movie, when the group saw someHårgan children playing a game called "skin the fool." The straw in the sacred temple is set on fire and begins to the burn the whole building down. Christian, who is still paralyzed, makes no sound as he burns to death inside the bear skin, but Ingemar and Ulf scream as the fire consumes them. TheHårgans watching outside the temple scream and thrash along with them. Dani staggers around in her May Queen costume, sobbing, but eventually calms down and then smiles as she watches the temple burn - which is where Midsommar ends.

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Why Dani Killed Christian At The End Of Midsommar

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Since Dani had the option to spare her boyfriend and have a stranger be the centerpiece of the sacrifice at the end of Midsommar, some way wonder why she specifically decides to kill Christian. The answer to that is complex, but a good place to start is the fact that Dani isn't exactly in her right mind at the end of the movie. She's been given drugged tea that's causing her to have strange visions, danced to the point of exhaustion, and experienced the emotional trauma of seeing Christian have sex with another woman, followed by a release of emotion with her newfound sisters. By the time she's on stage in her enormous flowery gown, Dani looks pretty out of it, but the one thing she does seem to be aware of is that Christian has hurt her. Moreover,she also seems to recognize that Christian is the best choice for the sacrifice that represents the exorcism of evil from the community, because he - not theHårgans - is the source of her pain.

The Real Meaning of Midsommar's Ending

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The core theme running through Midsommar is one of belonging. At the start of the movie, Dani is extremely isolated. Christian has, according to his friends, wanted out of the relationship for more than a year (we laterlearn that Christian forgot not only their four-year anniversary, but also Dani's birthday). Mark in particular despises Dani and keeps telling Christian to break up with her, and she is made to feel like an outsider and an annoyance whenever the group are all together. With her sister and parents dead and her relationship falling apart, Dani is more or less completely alone when she arrives in Hårga.

The scene near the end of MidsommarwhereDani sobs and her new "sisters" huddle around her, turning her cries into a chorus, is a parallel of the scene towards the start of the movie when Christian holds Dani silently as she cries about her family's deaths. It's both literally and figuratively the feeling of being "held" that Pelle talks about with Dani - a sense of belonging and being home, which Christian could not give her. We see theHårgans practising this ritual sharing of emotion at several points in the movie: when the elderly man jumps from the cliff and shatters his legs, the community screams along with him; when Christian and Maja are having sex, the women around them echo their cries; and finally, when Ingemar and Ulf scream as they burn, everyone screams along with them.

This is why Dani smiles at the very end of Midsommar, despite the horrors of what's happening around her. At the start of the movie she was shunned and rejected, and now she is beloved and worshipped. She came toHårga with no family, and now she has a new family.The ritual sacrifice is a catharsis not only forHårga, but for Dani as well. As Christian burns in his bear skin, he represents the symbolic casting out of evil for the community, and the exorcism of Dani's pain and grief. Midsommar's endingis about letting go of a bad relationship and opening yourself up to a better one - in a very twisted way, of course.

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FAQs

What does the ending mean in Midsommar? ›

In the end, Dani is a victim of the cult. While she might feel some form of liberation, she is still trapped in a cult that will exploit her emotional trauma for their advantage.

Why is everyone screaming at the end of Midsommar? ›

Dani has just seen her boyfriend (Jack Reynor) having sex with another woman from the commune, and it causes all her pent-up rage and grief to come pouring out of her. The other women reflect her emotions back at her by screaming and crying as well.

What mental illness does Dani have in Midsommar? ›

A potentially traumatic event death of Dani's parents and sister drastically transforms Dani, leaving her psychologically traumatized. Later on, Dani develops posttraumatic stress disorder (PTSD), an anxiety disorder caused by this distressing event.

Why is the girl happy at the end of Midsommar? ›

There's no sympathy here, of course, with Dani's reaction to Christian's death being a big grin. She has reached catharsis by confronting her fear of loss, finding a new family to help her through the aftermath. Midsommar is available to watch on Netflix.

Was Dani meant to be May Queen? ›

Ari Aster's 2019 folk horror film Midsommar features a plethora of foreshadowing that reveals that Dani was destined to become the May Queen. Ari Aster's 2019 folk horror film Midsommar ends with the crowning of Dani as the May Queen, but throughout its entirety it foreshadowed that she it was her destiny all along.

Why did Dani smile at the end? ›

As a result, when Dani smiles in the last shot, the audience is supposed to feel happy for her that she is now an important member of this group, is free of her boyfriend, and has a new family.

Is Pelle evil in Midsommar? ›

Type of Villain

Pelle is the main antagonist of the 2019 psychological horror film Midsommar.

What did Dani see in the barn? ›

And while yes, by the Midsommar ending Dani's boyfriend Christian is being burned alive in a ritualistic barn, literally inside the carcass of a bear, alongside the mutilated corpses of their friends, Dani has found a sense of community.

Who was wearing Marks skin in Midsommar? ›

“When Josh sneaks away to photograph pictures of the 'Rubi Radr' holy book, he thinks that he sees Mark standing in the doorway of the temple; it is in fact Ulf (the man who screamed at Mark for urinating on the ancestral tree) wearing Mark's skin.

Is Midsommar based on a true story? ›

Ari Aster's Midsommar is partially based on a real-life Swedish festival, but the customs don't involve the same violence and pagan cult activities on show in the horror movie.

Are Dani and Pelle together? ›

It is alluded that Pelle and Dani are destined to be together based on the fact that they are an astrological match. Not only is she the ideal person to become the Harga's queen, she is also the ideal mate for Pelle.

What happens to the May Queen Midsommar? ›

Whomever is left standing last is declared that year's May Queen - and this Midsommar, that person is Dani. She is given a flower crown and pride of place at the May Queen feast, and then taken to bless the harvest and animals.

Did Dani go crazy in Midsommar? ›

That betrayal drove her to that state of disorientation on display as Christian meets his fiery end. Dani likely never recovered emotionally or mentally from the events of Midsommar, so she probably happily continued on as a member of the Hårga cult.

Who was the deformed girl in Midsommar? ›

In the cinema cut, Connie (Ellora Torchia) and Simon (Archie Madekwe) freak out and want to flee after they see two of the Harga community leap of a cliff to their bloody deaths.

What did Dani's sister do in Midsommar? ›

Florence Pugh stars as Dani, a young woman whose sister killed their parents before dying by suicide through carbon-monoxide asphyxiation by running a rubber tube from the car exhaust into her mouth.

How is the May Queen decided? ›

A May queen is selected from a group of 13 upward girls by the young dancers. She returns the next year to crown the new May Queen and stays in the procession. The largest event in this tradition in modern Britain is the Beltane Fire Festival in Edinburgh, Scotland.

What is the symbolism in Midsommar? ›

All the symbolic meanings and what the tablet meant. Ari Aster's Midsommar, is a dark take on a pagan festival full of rituals and ceremonies. We see runes used repeatedly throughout the film, but the main one you'll see looks like an F 'Fehu', which means wealth, power, or charisma.

What did they do to mark in Midsommar? ›

Mark's Death Represents Fire

Mark's death was somewhat foreshadowed in the initial scenes of Midsommar, as the children playing "skin the fool" is a direct reference to Mark's skin being peeled off later on, owing to the incredibly foolish act of urinating on a sacred artifact.

How does Dani become the May Queen in Midsommar? ›

Some of those same themes reemerged in 2019's follow-up Midsommar, which centered on Dani, a woman who travels to Sweden and participates in the Harga society's odd annual rituals while still grieving the deaths of her sister and parents, ultimately earning the title of May Queen.

What is the oracle in Midsommar? ›

The oracle, Ruben, who has physical and cognitive limitations, is briefly shown throughout the film, and is explained that he's the product of incest, as he's “unclouded” and thus more open to receiving the word of the gods.

Who did Dani choose sacrifice? ›

She can choose between Christian or a Harga selected by lottery, and she chooses Christian. He's put into a bear carcass and wheeled into the previously off-limits yellow pyramid-shaped building, surrounded by the other eight sacrifices.

What happened to Danis family? ›

We shortly find out that Dani's sister and parents are dead, in an apparent double murder/suicide, and from the looks of it everyone thinks that Dani's sister is the culprit.

What was Pelle drawing in the beginning of Midsommar? ›

One of the comments on the thread, posted by user u/hobbessss, added that Pelle draws pictures of the feasting table that Dani and co. eat at in Hårga. The Oracle foresees events through images, so it's pretty strong evidence that Pelle was prophesying before they all went to Sweden.

Who are the 9 people sacrificed in Midsommar? ›

The nine human sacrifices

Four of their own will be sacrificed alongside four outsiders - Mark, Simon, Connie and Josh - and one selected by the May Queen, Dani. The twist is Dani has to choose between a randomly selected Harga (they use a rune style bingo machine) or Christian.

Is Simon alive in Midsommar? ›

In the scene, you can also see Simon's lungs slightly inflate, indicating that he is very much still alive. This is confirmed by the Midsommar script, which states that Simon is breathing. Time for a rewatch with fresh eyes.

Who was hanging in the barn in Midsommar? ›

Other younger village women go for a cathartic mass scream with her, Christian runs into a barn and discovers Londoner Simon's in there, having had his lungs pulled out through his back but left alive.

How do Swedes feel about Midsommar? ›

The answer is, of course, a resounding yes." Dagens Nyheter, one of Sweden's biggest dailies, described Midsommar as an "entertaining horror in a fantasy version of Sweden". "There is an exhilarating exoticism in Aster's film that has a specific entertainment value for Swedish spectators," it went on.

Do the Hårga exist? ›

Hårga is indeed real, but the Hårga people, insofar as Aster conceived of them for his movie, are not. There is no direct analog to this quasi-cult with discomforting rituals around death and bearskins.

What religion is Midsommar based on? ›

From the mind of writer and director Ari Aster, Midsommar details the Pagan rituals of a Swedish cult called the Hårga. Following a group of graduate students, the film presents a world made up of mystery, wonder, and hallucinogens.

How old is Dani Midsommar? ›

All of these factors combined mean that Dani Ardor is most likely between the ages of 24 to 26. In Midsommar, Dani is in the midst of formulating her graduate thesis, celebrating her birthday during the mid-summer of her life, and travels to the Harga festival in Sweden.

How does Midsommar brainwash? ›

Another way “Midsommar” successfully brainwashes us is by incorporating lots of light and beautiful imagery into every scene. Throughout the film, brightness is always present––everyone wears white and it's always daytime.

What happened Dani? ›

As one of the final dancers, Dani starts to talk and understand Swedish in her buzzed state. Then the other final two run into each other, leaving Dani as the last one standing. Dani is crowned as the festival's “May Queen” just as Christian is given drugs as well and takes part in the sex ritual with Maja.

Where did Simon and Connie go in Midsommar? ›

Simon and his fiance Connie were invited to Hälsingland, Sweden by Ingemar to attend a midsummer celebration at an ancestral commune, the Hårga.

Who is Bror Midsommar? ›

Bror was a member of the cult, The Hårgas. He attended to ceremony where the cult sacrificed valuables and precious food resources to the river goddess, Sven and Irma debated on whether or not it was enough, when young Bror offered himself to be sacrificed to the river.

Why do the trees move in Midsommar? ›

Director Ari Aster shows the effects of the drugs by having the plants and flowers move as though breathing and forming impossible shapes. However, as the film progresses, the screen is filled with hidden images as a result of the drugs. In one sequence at the end, an entire forest takes on the shape of a glaring face.

What did the email say in Midsommar? ›

“Midsommar” starts with Dani in near complete emotional isolation. In the first scene, Dani attempts to contact her sister Terri due to an ominous email Terri has sent her (“i cant anymore – everything's black – mom and dad are coming too. goodbye”).

What flowers were used in Midsommar? ›

Flowers you'll need for the traditional crown
  • Alchimella.
  • Nigella.
  • Nigella Green magic.
  • Oenothera or evening primroses.
  • Madam Bombastic spray roses.
  • Trifolium or Clover.
  • Leuchanthemum or large daisy.
  • Fresh Mint.

Where was Midsommar filmed? ›

Midsommar was filmed in Budapest, Hungary, and New York, the United States. Dani's apartment was located in Brooklyn. Village scenes were shot outside of the city of Budapest.

Who were the bodies at the end of Midsommar? ›

For the midsommar celebration's finale, ritualistic sacrifice is necessary. We learn that yes, Josh, Mark, Connie, and Simon have all already been killed and will serve as sacrifices in the ritual, which now needs two volunteers from the village and one additional sacrifice.

Who was wearing Marks skin in Midsommar? ›

“When Josh sneaks away to photograph pictures of the 'Rubi Radr' holy book, he thinks that he sees Mark standing in the doorway of the temple; it is in fact Ulf (the man who screamed at Mark for urinating on the ancestral tree) wearing Mark's skin.

Who is the disfigured woman in Midsommar? ›

In the cinema cut, Connie (Ellora Torchia) and Simon (Archie Madekwe) freak out and want to flee after they see two of the Harga community leap of a cliff to their bloody deaths.

What did Dani's sister do in Midsommar? ›

Florence Pugh stars as Dani, a young woman whose sister killed their parents before dying by suicide through carbon-monoxide asphyxiation by running a rubber tube from the car exhaust into her mouth.

Who was hanging in the barn in Midsommar? ›

Other younger village women go for a cathartic mass scream with her, Christian runs into a barn and discovers Londoner Simon's in there, having had his lungs pulled out through his back but left alive.

Was Simon still alive in Midsommar? ›

In Midsommar, Simon is very much alive and breathing when Christian finds him.

Is Midsommar based on a true story? ›

Ari Aster's Midsommar is partially based on a real-life Swedish festival, but the customs don't involve the same violence and pagan cult activities on show in the horror movie.

Who are the 9 people sacrificed in Midsommar? ›

The nine human sacrifices

Four of their own will be sacrificed alongside four outsiders - Mark, Simon, Connie and Josh - and one selected by the May Queen, Dani. The twist is Dani has to choose between a randomly selected Harga (they use a rune style bingo machine) or Christian.

What is the breathing thing in Midsommar? ›

The Hårga use breath to reinforce their insular group, to synchronize individuals, and to connect to outsiders like Dani. (Kenney also developed the sound of the "punctuation" breaths, Aster says.) Late in the film, Dani's emotional dam finally bursts and she begins howling in pain.

What happens to Dani after Midsommar? ›

Midsommar ends with Dani smiling as her ex-boyfriend burns to death. We break down her reaction and what that means for Dani. Ari Aster's Midsommar ends with and ominous shot of Dani (Florence Pugh) smiling as she looks upon her ex-boyfriend being burned alive, but there's more to that scene than meets the eye.

Where did Simon and Connie go in Midsommar? ›

Simon and his fiance Connie were invited to Hälsingland, Sweden by Ingemar to attend a midsummer celebration at an ancestral commune, the Hårga.

Why did Dani throw up in Midsommar? ›

In one scene in particular, after being crowned May Queen, Dani sees her boyfriend take part in a sex ritual and proceeds to have a massive panic attack, in which she vomits and sobs loudly — all while the Hårgan women surround her and mimic her sobs.

What is the symbolism in Midsommar? ›

All the symbolic meanings and what the tablet meant. Ari Aster's Midsommar, is a dark take on a pagan festival full of rituals and ceremonies. We see runes used repeatedly throughout the film, but the main one you'll see looks like an F 'Fehu', which means wealth, power, or charisma.

Is Pelle evil in Midsommar? ›

Type of Villain

Pelle is the main antagonist of the 2019 psychological horror film Midsommar.

Are Dani and Pelle together? ›

It is alluded that Pelle and Dani are destined to be together based on the fact that they are an astrological match. Not only is she the ideal person to become the Harga's queen, she is also the ideal mate for Pelle.

What happens to the May Queen Midsommar? ›

Whomever is left standing last is declared that year's May Queen - and this Midsommar, that person is Dani. She is given a flower crown and pride of place at the May Queen feast, and then taken to bless the harvest and animals.

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