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A definitive analysis of the final scene of The Sopranos

3shot Here's an exhaustive (and anonymous) analysis of the diner sequence from the final episode of The Sopranos. It's a long but fascinating read - the most convincing of all the arguments I've read that Tony Soprano is deader than Zed.

The author even draws on films that influenced the series to support his/her argument.

   David Chase is a well documented fan of Martin Scorsese and his mafia film Goodfellas. In a scene in the film mobster Henry Hill is surprised by the police behind him telling him to “freeze”. Henry then says in a voiceover “For a second I thought I was dead, but when I heard all the noise, I knew they were cops, only cops talk that way. If they had been wiseguys, I wouldn’t have heard a thing. I would have been dead.” Just like Tony Soprano. 

Now I'm back to believing the rumors about a Sopranos movie are just rumors. Although you have to figure HBO executives are counting their Sex and the City gross percentages and thinking "Maybe Members Only Guy missed."

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Jess

Ooooo!

Connie

You know, my first thought on walking out of Sex and the City was: I really hope Tony IS dead, because I can't bear to see him in a crappy movie like this one.

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