Just saw the film A Serious Man. I didn’t really care for it, but seeing I got it at the library it didn’t cost me anything but time to watch it. So I’m not that bummed out by my dislike of it.
I have 2 questions about the end of the movie:
*What was the viewer supposed to take away from the doctor calling and wanting to see him in person? My only thought about it is “if it ain’t one thing, it’s another”. Or is that too simplistic of an observation?
*What was the viewer supposed to take away from the tornado scene at the very end? Were all those kids going to die? or was there some symbolism that I missed?