Yes, it did, so it ends on a cliffhanger of sorts, that I guess will never be resolved unless they do a follow up movie.
Then again, the basic premise has a terminally ill lead so it couldn't go on much further...
While we like to think otherwise, I've come to the conclusion that you can't escape the marketing image when assessing a watch. I realize that it's cockeyed on a technical level but it's also unavoidable.
You can appreciate the aesthetic and technical aspects of a Daytona, but if you choose to do so you'll have to deal with the baggage of its association with mafiosi and celebrity culture. With a Speedy, you get astronauts instead.