The End Of Happiness Movie Explores The Ultimate Concern Of morality
The End of Happiness is a movie that attempts to answer the age-old question, what is happiness? It poses this age-old question in a scientific way and thus manages to make its point. In so doing, it also raises many questions regarding what constitutes the good, true and worthy and not-so-true elements in our lives. The movie suggests that there is a difference between being happy and being contented and that happiness comes from a balanced life rather than a life that is “full of” happiness.
This movie suggests that what matters most in making us happy is what we believe in and how we react to the world around us-more than our material possessions, our social status, our relationships with others, etc. It further adds that true happiness lies in having a clear and decisive ethical principle that dictates to us the way we should live and move and whether we should be concerned about the good or the evil and neither one of these. This is the bottom line according to the movie: the purpose of morality is to prevent evil from prevailing and to direct us to the bottom path of happiness.
The movie then shows us how the strong emotions of anger and joy are related. This shows that the strong emotions come from our sense of value and worth that are rooted in our ethical principle. In the end, the movie concludes with a powerful message: making pleasure is the ultimate concern. In making happiness the ultimate concern, it is not the ends that matter but the means to the ends. It further adds that the means to the ends that matter most are those that make us feel good rather than the ends themselves. In short, it is not the way things look that matters most but what we do with what we have.