Sebastian and Anna are trying to survive in an apocalyptic world where seeing the creatures forces people to die by suicide. Sebastian is not as simple as he appears and turns on a group of survivors, leading to their death.
It is revealed that Sebastian believes the creatures are angels and that guiding people to see them will reunite him with his family in the afterlife. He joins another group of survivors who are headed to the Montjuïc Castle, a safe haven set up by the military.
Bird Box Barcelona Ending
Along the way, Sebastian sabotages the group, leading to the death of most of them.
Only Claire and Sofia remain, and they are attacked by a group of Seers led by Padre Esteban.
Sebastian holds off the Seers while Claire and Sofia try to access the gondola that will take them to the castle.
Sebastian is stabbed by Padre Esteban, but he uses his last breath to ensure that Claire and Sofia survive.
Claire and Sofia reach the castle and are reunited with Sofia’s mother. The military is experimenting on a cure for the creatures, and they take Claire’s blood sample.
Is Sebastian Dead? What Does His Death Mean?
Sebastian’s death is a turning point in the film, as it allows him to see the truth about the creatures. His death also means that he can reunite with his family in the afterlife.
Sebastian’s death is a reminder that blind faith can be dangerous, and that it is important to question everything.
The ending of Bird Box Barcelona is ambiguous, but it leaves viewers with a sense of hope. The film suggests that there is a possibility of a cure for the creatures, and that humanity may be able to survive.
However, the film also warns that the fight against the creatures is not over, and that humanity will need to be vigilant in order to survive.