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Strangers on a Train: An Appreciation by M. Night Shyamalan. (2004)

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Strangers on a Train: An Appreciation by M. Night Shyamalan (2004)

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This 13-minute featurette has M. Night Shyamalan sitting down to discuss what makes STRANGERS ON A TRAIN one of his favorite movies. This is a pretty good interview as Shyamalan comes off very likable and he's so energetic in his love for the movie that you can't help but enjoy listening to him. He starts off talking about his collection of Hitchcock posters and how this film's is one of his favorites. From here the director talks about certain scenes throughout the movie including the build-up of the murder, how terrifying it is that a single madman might think he knows what someone else wants him to do and of course there's the wonderful ending where all chaos breaks out. Shyamalan does a very good job at talking about the film and it's the glee in his voice as he talks about it that will please fans of the film. There's certainly nothing ground-breaking here but it's fun and worth watching.


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