The final part of a play, movie, or narrative in which the strands of the plot are drawn together and matters are explained or resolved.; The climax of a chain of events, usually when something is decided or made clear.
‘As if to reinforce the point, the final denouement, which takes place on live TV, is staged off-screen.’
‘The poem doesn’t reach a climax or any sense of denouement in this final installation.’
‘None of Wilder’s leading characters, no matter how neat the final denouements of his films sometimes are, were ever anything but anti-heroes.’
‘As the novel reaches its denouement, the reader begins to see the astonishing mental strength of this woman.’
‘To explore the intricacies of the plot further would give away the denouement and spoil any pleasure that might be culled from the evening.’
‘Many critics complained about the prolonged denouement of the film, which is not fair because they seem to yield to reflex rather than judge by merit.’
развязка, исход, завершение