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The Buried Secret Of M. Night Shyamalan (Sous-titres français)

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Part 1: Not All Things Are Tricks

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Buried Secret Of M Night Shyamalan ~ Buried Secret Of M Night Shyamalan

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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars this was very effective March 25 2005
first, this dvd was a gift. i had seen it in stores, but i didnt really know what it was about. i didnt know of the controversy over it on the sci-fi channel. i thought it was a straight to dvd movie. then i watched it.
it was a very eerie and creepy documentary. it looked at the works of shyamalan and on his styles and interviews with him. then the documentary makers find out that night is connected to 'the other side', referring to the dead. they find a creepy kid whose obsessed with night and they use an ouiji board to ask spirits if any of the spirits have connections to night. the pointy thing goes to a 'yes' on the board. then they go onto some website on the internet and talk with other obsessed people on the web. after that scene, the rest of the documentary goes in the direction of finding out more of night's connection to the dead.
the whole documentary is very eerie and creepy. it hits you where it counts, and you feel very uncomfortable for the whole documentary. after viewing it, i then found that i was very uncomfortable and i looked over my shoulder for the rest of the night. then, after i had watched it, i wondered if it was even real, because i had watched interviews with night that seemed to counter the whole movie.
when i looked on the internet, i found that the whole thing was a sham and found out there was controversy or something over the documentary being a whole lie. i found myself laughing at this. but enough on that subject besides saying that the whole thing didnt take away from my movie experience.
back to the show, the whole thing was very moody and spooky. not enough to make you stay up at night (unless you're scared easily), but enough to make you look over your shoulder. personally, i liked it.
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14 of 16 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars Entertaining, documentary or not Oct. 13 2005
By Amanda Chu - Published on Amazon.com
Yes it is very likely a promo for the upcoming Night's film at the time. It is nevertheless good entertainment. Scarier than all of Night's films. If Night had been the real director of the documentary, I would say it was the best work he had done as a horror film director. The sketched portrait of "Henry", Night's supposed ghost friend, was really disturbing and haunted me for a very long time. Again, it is good entertainment, if you don't get too hung up on whether it is fiction disguised as a documentary and that it was the means to get more publicity for Night.
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1.0 out of 5 stars Don't even bother!! Dec 28 2004
By R. Williams - Published on Amazon.com
I saw this 'documentary' when it originally aired on Sci-Fi Channel as a special promo for the movie Village. It's not a documentary in any sense of the word, it's a 'mystery' that attempts to put a mystical spin on the life of filmmaker Shyamalan. What it is, is a lousy TV special that is overly long and is a bad Blair Witch-like ripoff.

There is very little screen time with Shyamalan, and what is there is mostly garbage. None of this is really about Shyamalan. It's completely fictional. If the people being interviewed in here are really Shyamalan's friends and not actors I would be surprised. Don't even bother with this DVD.
6 of 7 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Duh. It's a mockumentary. Oct. 18 2006
By Isaac A. Perez - Published on Amazon.com
All you guys complaining about how bad this movie was... you gotta remember that the point of this film was to of course (1) Attract an audience (2) Entertain an audience (and 3) Enjoy. If M.N.S. really wanted his fans to know what he was all about, you'd see him on every talk show, movie critic, and ET show on TV. This film was awesome. It did it's job, left the audience on the edge of their seats. If you have to be so anal about documentaries, the go watch a documentary. This is a MOCKumentary. Not real. Not intended to fool anyone. Just meant to entertain.
14 of 19 people found the following review helpful
1.0 out of 5 stars Not what I thought Jan. 3 2006
By C. LAGARDE - Published on Amazon.com
I received this DVD thinking it was a true documentary. Unfortunately I didn't read the amazon reviews, or i would have known that this is a fictional work and not a documentary at all. If you want to know more about M. Night, DO NOT GET THIS. I thought this entire production was cheezy and very predictable. I felt i wasted my time watching this. If M. Night had a hand in creating this, it was only to put his face in it and receive royalties from sales. It sucks. Period.
6 of 8 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars Fascinating, but not how you'd think June 22 2005
By Rex Macaroe - Published on Amazon.com
I first saw this on Sci Fi and regrettably took it seriously. I found what the filmmaker came up with interesting but farfetched.

I did, however, really enjoy watching the events play out. Even as a work of fiction and a mockumentary it holds up, keeping you on edge.

But thing that most took me in was just how merciless the filmmaker in it was. He uncovers deep secrets about Night's past, things that he had no business digging up. Night's reluctance to discuss his drowning would've been understandable given how traumatizing it would've been. On top of that, he put it on national television!

What truly interested me was waiting to see how far he would go for the sake of the film.

The film left me wanting answers but feeling guilty for doing so. Is it worth damaging a man's emotional stability to study the nature of the universe? In this I would've said no, but I enjoyed confronting the issue via a film that takes the opposition.
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