What do you think if I tell you that there's a movie where the end is the beginning and the beginning is the end?. Well, Memento is about this. This film is an American psychological thriller written and directed by Nolan (the same director of Batman beings, Batman: the dark knight and the coming movie to be release this year Batman: the dark knight rise).
The story is being told in two different timelines: one timeline is in color, the other one is in black and white. The color scenes are alternated for the black and white scenes.Finally, the color sequences start at the end of story and finish at the lastest scenes of the movie, this timeline is in rewining(from the future to the past). On the contrary, the black and white sequences are in normal order (from the past to the future) and they happen before the color sequences.
So, the movie ends when two timelines join. But the story ends with the first scene of color sequences and begin with the first black and white scene. To make easier the understanding of the movie I have attached an image that explains the order of the sequences in the movie.
To close this post I recommend to watch this movie, because it's a very interesting form to tell a story, and the story is very intensive and interesting. I let you a trailer.