Editor's Note: The following contains spoilers for Don't Worry Darling.The most talked-about movie of the year (for all the wrong reasons) has finally arrived. After rumors of feuds, on-set affairs, spitting, and one of the most awkward red carpet lineups in history, Don’t Worry Darling is in cinemas. The psychological thriller sees housewife Alice (Florence Pugh) unravel in her seemingly idyllic 1950s suburban life with her husband, Jack (Harry Styles). It was clear from watching the trailers that there was going to be some sort of twist, similar to the film that has clearly served up some inspiration for the movie, The Stepford Wives. It’s not the exact same twist, but it’s fairly similar. Combining these elements with The Truman Show, the ending is rife with plotholes, sped-up explanations, and a reveal that was obvious from the start of the film. If some of the twists and turns went over your head, then don’t worry, darling. Here’s an explanation of Don’t Worry Darling’s ending in all its girlboss, gaslight, gatekeep glory.