“The Six Sense”
“The Sixth Sense”, is about life and seeing death or dead people when alive. A psychiatrist tried to work with a young boy who appears to have something wrong (seeing the deceased and being able to communicate with them) and that is how the movie starts and progresses forward , not until toward the end does the movie take a very unexpected turn.
A boy named Cole Sears appears to have a problem. He sees things that others can’t see; he can also hear things that other people can’t. He can see the dead, walking among people as if living. A Doctor named Dr. Malcolm Crowe tries to help Cole with his “problem” until he realizes that Cole is very much similar to Vincent Grey, who was a boy that had the exact same symptoms.
There is much foreshadowing to tell the person that is watching the film what will happen next with, but they are only clues, no direct statements. At the beginning of the film, Vincent Grey breaks into Dr. Malcolm Crowe’s home. Vincent Grey was a former student of Crowe’s. Vincent tells him that he had failed him and afterwards Vincent shoots Crowe and himself, but when Crowe gets shot, he gets shot right into the kidney, which is one of the worst places to be shot. The shot was fatal but the audience doesn’t know that, because that was only a flashback, the movie picks up again at a later date and it appears that Crowe is alive. Even though Crowe speaks to other people, no one speaks back. Also Dr. Malcolm Crowe was wearing an undershirt, a shirt over it and a coat. And he switches all the time, but accept for those clothes he never wears anything besides that.
In the movie when Cole Sear tells Dr. Crowe his secret that he can see “Dead People” the camera zooms in on Dr. Crowe sort of implying that he is dead. Near the middle of the movie Cole tells Dr. Crowe not to fail him, which is foreshadowing that Vincent Grey had the same strange powers as Cole Sear.
Last, Dr. Crowe has been dead for the...