The Sixth Sense was directed and written by M. Night Shayamalan. The film was part of Spyglass Entertainment and Hollywood Pictures. The two main characters were Malcolm Crowe, played by Bruce Willis, and Cole Sear, played by Haley Joel Osment. The genre of the film is in the horror. The movie was about a boy who communicates with spirits that don t think they re dead and seeks the help of a child psychologist. The story was set up when Crowe won an award and then was meet by an old patient who then shot Crow.
The movie then went to several years later, when Crowe seeks out his next patient Cole, who can see dead people. After spending a lot of time with Cole the complications sink in. The problem is that his wife is ignoring him and is sad at him. I think the climax and the resolution all happen at the same time because at the end we realize that Crowe is actually dead and that explains why only Cole can see him and why his wife is ignoring him.
The end of the movie just left you hanging, like what ever happened to Crowe. The director uses all types of camera angles, but the one that sticks out the most is the cuts back and forth. For instance, they would show the boy and then zoom in on him and then go back out and there would be a ghost sitting there. The way they did this made me scared because I wasn t expecting it. A lot of the things they did with the camera helped in telling the story because you could tell if the people were ghosts or not.