In the opening scene of the movie The Sixth Sense, Dr. Malcolm Crowe, a child psychologist, get’s shot by his former patient Vincent Grey who also had a possible mood disorder similar to Cole. Vincent claims that Malcolm has failed him, however the (More)
In the film The Sixth Sense Doctor Malcolm Crowe is attempting to help a young boy named Cole with what he originally believes to be a mood disorder. As the film goes on Malcolm begins to fear the case is worse than he originally thought, and that (More)
The question was raised in class as to what the effect would be were the entirety of The Sixth Sense to be shot with objective camera, and this is an interesting question for me. There were good points for both sides of the argument; some said that f (More)