It gets confusing.
Another surprise was in fact when the black man told the investor that the body switch
was not just an action that is one sided. That both people would be active. Before that
stage in the movie, people just assumed it was the investor looking like the homeless
guy. It gets that part confusing when it comes down to the homeless woman.
We're forgetting about the young homeless MAN too. He went to jail confessing he did NOT
kill the homeless woman. So I'd say it was the crazy computer guy that did it and that the
black man filmed it. BUT it really does make it appear the homeless man did it....a screw
up in the movie here, I think.
When the investor guy first sat in the chair, after the injection, they must have brought in
the homeless man to another chair. They switched bodies. So it's here that it really should
have been the homeless man that was guilty of killing her. In a way, that part seemed to be
a bit of a screw up. The investor guy would always look in the mirror and it would show him
as the homeless man (at that early stage). It almost appears that the homeless man really
was the one that killed her. I think they screwed up that stage in the movie.
I kind of liked the ending. The parents would have saw their daughters body and assumed
she was murdered.
The wife had poor acting skills. She wanted to be an actress but mostly could not cut the grade.
Now that she was actually in her husbands body and had the experiences she had, she had
the 'empathy' to become a great actress. This is where the real 'empathy' came in, at the
very end of the movie. The VR scam was simply using 'Empathy Inc' as their name/way to
scam people out of money and were able to do that by choosing some unsuspecting homeless
person to body switch.
Well whomever wrote it did a pretty good job.