Teddy tells Chuck about his wife’s death and his notion that Shutter Island is truly a location where awful mental experiments are being conducted upon patients in order to transform them into “ghosts” killers.
After Chuck's body was found on the rocks, Teddy was convinced that he had fallen to his death.
Dennis Lehane's novel, "Shutter Island," isn't based on any real-life events, but he did manage to incorporate some parts of fact into the fiction for the sake of the reader.
Long Island in Boston Harbor served as Lehane's inspiration for the story's namesake island.
Shutter Island," the fourth collaboration between Scorsese and DiCaprio, raked in $295 million worldwide.
Making It the Biggest Grossing Scorsese Release Until "the Wolf of Wall Street" Surpassed It in 2012.