There’s nothing to forestall you from taking the ending and even the title of “No One Will Save You” at face worth. Brynn is somebody who’s spent her entire life making an attempt to make amends for a horrible mistake she made as a baby. As a lot as she’s fueled by her survival intuition to withstand the aliens, you additionally get the sense she’s combating for one thing extra. The additional-terrestrials definitely acknowledge this, which is the explanation why they probe her thoughts, making an attempt to grasp why a human would quite proceed resisting them tooth and nail than stay within the euphoric dream state induced by the mind-controlling creatures. After they glimpse her traumatic previous, they seem to appreciate that every one Brynn actually needs is a second likelihood — even when which means having to stay in a world of alien-controlled individuals to get it.
Alternatively, you’ll be able to take a look at “No One Will Save You” as a non secular parable concerning the elusiveness of salvation. On this gentle, the aliens are the god(s) whose machinations are tough for us puny people to actually comprehend, a lot much less boiled down into easy black-and-white phrases of excellent and dangerous. For as a lot as Brynn seeks private redemption for what she did to Maude in her every day life, she should additionally endure a collection of trials and tribulations within the eyes of the movie’s “gods.” That features going through the final word temptation within the type of a false model of heaven: one which requires no lively effort on her half, simply submission. However Brynn does not wish to stay in a fantasy the place she will be able to simply fake Maude remains to be alive, she needs to actively earn her salvation by residing together with her inside ache (as any true particular person of religion would).