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Split -- After three girls are kidnapped by a man with 24 distinct personalities they must find some of the different personalities that can help them while running away and staying alive from the others.
Split -- After three girls are kidnapped by a man with 24 distinct personalities they must find some of the different personalities that can help them while running away and staying alive from the others.


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Writer (WGA):
M. Night Shyamalan (written by)
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Release Date:
20 January 2017 (USA) See more »
Kevin has 23 distinct personalities. The 24th is about to be unleashed.
Three girls are kidnapped by a man with a diagnosed 23 distinct personalities, they must try to escape before the apparent emergence of a frightful new 24th. Full summary » | Full synopsis »
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6 July 2016
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James McAvoy ... Dennis / Patricia / Hedwig / The Beast / Kevin Wendell Crumb / Barry / Orwell / Jade

Anya Taylor-Joy ... Casey Cooke

Betty Buckley ... Dr. Karen Fletcher

Haley Lu Richardson ... Claire Benoit

Jessica Sula ... Marcia

Izzie Coffey ... Five-Year-Old Casey (as Izzie Leigh Coffey)

Brad William Henke ... Uncle John

Sebastian Arcelus ... Casey's Father

Neal Huff ... Mr. Benoit

Ukee Washington ... News Anchor
Ann Wood ... Game Show Enthusiast
Robert Michael Kelly ... Joe

M. Night Shyamalan ... Jai, Hooters Lover

Rosemary Howard ... Kevin's Mother
Jerome Gallman ... Vince, Security Guard

Lyne Renee ... Academic Moderator
Kate Jacoby ... Dr. Fletcher's Patient

Peter Patrikios ... Taxi Driver

Kash Goins ... Flower Kiosk Worker

Roy James Wilson ... Security Guy with Dog (as Roy Wilson)

Christopher Lee Philips ... Older Worker

Julie Potter ... Paramedic

Ameerah Briggs ... Police Officer #1

Nakia Dillard ... Police Officer #2

Robin Rieger ... Television Reporter
Emlyn Morinelli McFarland ... Diner Waitress

Dann Fink ... Game Show Contestant (voice)

Bruce Winant ... Game Show Host (voice)
other cast:

Gary Ayash ... Restaurant Patron (uncredited)
Robert Bizik ... Bar Patron (uncredited)
Michaela Bockarie ... Zoo Attendee (uncredited)
Matthew Bowerman ... Businessman / Father (uncredited)

Maria Breyman ... High-School Student (uncredited)

Jeff Buckner ... Police Officer (uncredited)

Colin Campbell ... Boy in Park (uncredited)
Corinne Costa ... Party Guest (uncredited)

Steven Dennis ... Man at Next Table (uncredited)

Kim Director ... Hannah (uncredited)

Kerry Dutka ... Restaurant and Mall Patron (uncredited)

Barbara Edwards ... Diner Patron (uncredited)

Brian Gildea ... Casey's Foster Dad (uncredited)
Shawn Gonzalez ... Train Conductor (uncredited)
Kayla Grasser ... Couple (uncredited)

Laura Hart ... Mall Shopper / Restaurant Patron (uncredited)

Andrea Havens ... Traveler in the Station (uncredited)
Arielle Ingrassia-Smith ... Diner Patron (uncredited)
John Jillard Sr. ... Homeland Security (uncredited)

Michael J. Kraycik ... Zoo Worker (uncredited)

Junnie Lopez ... Geraldo (uncredited)

Jalina Mercado ... Zoo Goer (uncredited)

John Mitchell ... EMT (uncredited)
Jeffrey Mowery ... Townsman (uncredited)

Anthony Pasqua ... Police Officer by Car (uncredited)

Jon Douglas Rainey ... Dr. Clerque (uncredited)

Vincent Riviezzo ... Detective (uncredited)

James Robinson Jr. ... Party Guest (uncredited)
Michelle Santiago ... Zoo Worker (uncredited)
Aleksandra Svetlichnaya ... Pedestrian (uncredited)

Kelly Werkheiser ... Casey's Mother (uncredited)

Bruce Willis ... David Dunn (uncredited)

Directed by
M. Night Shyamalan (directed by)
Writing credits
M. Night Shyamalan (written by)

Produced by
Marc Bienstock .... producer (produced by)
Jason Blum .... producer (produced by)
Dom Catanzarite .... associate producer (as Dominic Catanzarite)
Kevin Scott Frakes .... executive producer (as Kevin Frakes)
Buddy Patrick .... executive producer
Ashwin Rajan .... executive producer
Steven Schneider .... executive producer
M. Night Shyamalan .... producer (produced by)
Original Music by
West Dylan Thordson (music by)
Cinematography by
Mike Gioulakis (director of photography) (as Michael Gioulakis)
Film Editing by
Luke Franco Ciarrocchi (edited by) (as Luke Ciarrocchi)
Casting by
Douglas Aibel 
Production Design by
Mara LePere-Schloop 
Art Direction by
Jesse Rosenthal 
Set Decoration by
Jennifer Engel 
Dennis Madigan 
Costume Design by
Paco Delgado 
Makeup Department
Diane Dixon .... head hair department
Pamela Peitzman .... makeup head of department
Zachary Ripps .... contact lens technician
Production Management
Phillip Dawe .... post production executive
Matthew Shapiro .... post-production supervisor
John Burton West .... assistant upm
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
Nicole Agostino .... second second assistant director
Amy Lauritsen .... second assistant director
John Rusk .... first assistant director
Art Department
Samantha Higgins .... on set dresser
Dave Kellom .... art department coordinator
Mitchell Landsman .... camera scenic
Nicole Reed LeFevre .... set designer
Paul Maiello .... construction coordinator
Brick Mason .... storyboard artist
Susannah McCarthy .... property master
Sharon Potts .... assistant property master
Nell Stifel .... scenic charge
Sound Department
Alex Alcántara .... a.d.r. recordist
Marko A. Costanzo .... foley artist
Toño Cubillo .... a.d.r. recordist
Rodrigo Díaz .... a.d.r. assistant
Michael Feuser .... dialogue editor
Dave Flynch .... supervising foley editor
Jon Krupp .... trailer re-recording mixer
Tod A. Maitland .... sound mixer
Chris Navarro .... adr mixer
Paul Perret .... a.d.r recordist
Pepe Pleguezuelos .... supervising adr/dialogue
David J. Schwartz .... sound mixer: additional
Wyatt Sprague .... sound effects recordist
Javier Valdés .... facilities manager: and head stage manager
Jerry Yuen .... boom operator
Ye Zhang .... sound utility
Lawrence Zipf .... sound effects editor
Special Effects by
Kurt Wunder .... special effects coordinator
Visual Effects by
Anteneh Adamu .... compositor
Rachel Ambelang .... vfx editor
Richard Aponte .... visual effects artist
Wendy Garfinkle .... visual effects producer: alkemy x
Dimitre Iliev .... digital compositor: Alkemy-X
Denis Kozyrev .... digital compositor
Denis Kozyrev .... lookdev artist
Mark Lieberman .... compositor
Tyler Lockard .... compositor
Tyler Lockard .... pipeline td
Bob Lowery .... Visual Effects Executive Producer Alkemy X
Ed Mendez .... visual effects supervisor - alkemy-x
Colton Miller .... on set vfx supervisor
Alejandro Monzon .... compositor
Leah Garner Orsini .... vfx executive producer
Christopher Riemann .... vfx compositor: alkemy x
Jennifer Wessner .... visual effects producer
Stephen Izzi .... stunts
Roberto Lopez .... stunt rigger
John McEnerney .... stunt rigger
Manny Siverio .... stunt coordinator
Camera and Electrical Department
John Baer .... still photographer
Stephen Breslin .... rigging
Thomas Devine .... house electrician
Ryan Geffert .... camera production assistant
Andy Hensler .... additional second assistant camera
Linda Kallerus .... still photographer
Michael Leonard .... first assistant camera
Ryan 'Sparks' Lynch .... chief lighting techncian
Ken McCallum .... dolly grip
James McCann .... second assistant camera
John J. Moers .... additional documentary cinematography
Daniel Rieser .... best boy grip
Kyle Rudolph .... camera operator
Cameron S. Mitchell .... camera pa
Leon Sanginiti .... second assistant camera: "a" camera
Jon Sibert .... key grip
Bill Vargo .... additional video assist operator
Casting Department
Henry Russell Bergstein .... casting associate
Diane Heery .... location casting
Colleen Kay .... casting associate
Jason Loftus .... location casting
Costume and Wardrobe Department
Wendy Michelle Hou .... costume assistant
Liza James .... costumer
Kara Morasco .... costume tailor
Rita Squitiere .... costume supervisor
Teresa Binder Westby .... assistant costume designer (as Teresa Binder)
Angeline Zeigler .... set costumer
Editorial Department
Bryan Baker .... assistant editor
Richard Bates .... post-production assistant
Peter Boychuk .... dailies producer
Peter Boychuk .... digital intermediate producer
Kathryn Cates .... assistant editor
Jeff Cornell .... digital intermediate conform editor
Ryan Duffy .... colorist: dailies
Michael Hatzer .... supervising digital colorist
Chris Jensen .... Digital Colorist Technicolor
Jason Myres .... assistant colorist
Location Management
Joshua J. Clarke .... location assistant
Frederick Cliver .... location assistant
Troy L. Coffee .... location assistant
John Galloway .... assistant location manager
Chris Gormley .... assistant location manager
Staci Hagenbaugh .... location manager
Kaitlyn McAlister .... location assistant
Mikael Simpson .... location production assistant
Music Department
Raphaël Ajuelos .... scoring assistant
James Newton Howard .... composer: theme from "Unbreakable"
James Sizemore .... Additional Music Arrangements
West Dylan Thordson .... orchestrator
Ilyse Wolfe Tretter .... Music Clearance Coordinator
Transportation Department
Gary Fabiano .... transportation
William McCleery .... transportation co-captain
Other crew
Christa Altamuro .... Assistant to Mr. McAvoy
Aaron Becker .... main title design
Anthony Bruno .... production assistant
Kristopher Chain-Harris .... production assistant
Alison Claire-Genis .... vp credits: Universal Pictures
Corinne Costa .... stand-in: Kim Director
Elizabeth A. Dennis .... production coordinator: additional photography
David Lee Denny Jr. .... stand-in: Roy Wilson
Kirk Forchetti .... production assistant
Peter Fox .... production intern
Matthew Gooley .... photo double
Craig Hacker .... office production assistant
Chad Hamilton .... production assistant
Mallory Holloway .... production secretary
Kevin Howley .... 1st team production assistant
Robert Johnston .... payroll accountant
Rakel Joyce .... Assistant to Mr. Shyamalan
Mark Kochanowicz .... stand-in: Brad William Henke
Ryan Komorowski .... production assistant
Derek Larthey .... stand-in: James McAvoy
Adam Leach .... post-production accountant
Thomas Manson .... first assistant accountant
Cynthia H. Margulis .... production accountant
Timothy Mendonça .... assistant production coordinator: additional photography
Maggie Munro .... production assistant
Joshua Petrino .... colorist assistant: on-set
Joshua Petrino .... data wrangler
Sharon Pinkenson .... film commissioner
David Raynor .... production coordinator
Justin Remer-Hoffman .... Assistant to Mr. Bienstock
Jon Rocks .... production assistant
Adam W. Rosen .... legal services
Charles S. Rowe .... script supervisor
Tessa Rubin .... assistant production coordinator
Cameron S. Mitchell .... production assistant
Howard Samuelsohn .... dialect coach
Steph Walthall .... production assistant
M.J. Ward .... production assistant
Chris Wright Jr. .... key production assistant
Frank Battaglia .... parking production assistant (uncredited)
Victoria L. Jones .... wrangler (uncredited)

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Rated PG-13 for disturbing thematic content and behavior, violence and some language
117 min
Aspect Ratio:
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Did You Know?

M. Night Shyamalan stated that shooting this film was the most challenging of his career.See more »
Crew or equipment visible: When the camera approaches the father putting food in the trunk, you can see the camera crews legs in the reflection in the fender of the car.See more »
Kevin:He's done awful things to people and he'll do awful things things to you.See more »
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We Are ExtraordinarySee more »


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269 out of 371 people found the following review useful.
Shyamalan Is Back!, 1 October 2016
Author: roniksharma

Shyamalan had his debut with the critically acclaimed 'The Sixth Sense' followed by positively reviewed movies 'Unbreakable' and 'Signs'. After that, he went through a series of duds with 'Lady In The Water' , 'The Village' , 'The Happening' , 'After Earth' and was termed one of the worst directors of all time with 'The Last Airbender'. But, he made a decent comeback with 2015's 'The Visit' which received generally positive reviews and he's back at his game with 'Split'.

After a birthday party, three girls, led by Casey, are kidnapped by the troubled Kevin, who has a very rare case of 23 split personalities inside him. What follows is how the three girls try to escape from Kevin who himself is lowly having a mental breakdown. Sorry, I can't tell a lot about this movie as a small factor would spoil it.

This movie couldn't have worked without James McAvoy. He has given his best performance in his whole career and stands out as one of the reasons to watch this movie. The cliché points in the movie are watchable just because of his phenomenal performance. His transition from a 'Norman Bates' type woman Patrica to a 9 year old boy Hedwig to other personalities are amazing

Last but not the least, is the traditional "Shyamalan Twist". Trust me, this time your minds will be blown when you come to the conclusion. This twist doesn't match up to the "The Sixth Sense" one but it's a thrilling one. It's not some stupid twist like in "Signs". I won't forget that moment when someone behind me shouted out "WHAAAAT?!".

"Split" isn't scary, it's tense. This movie shouldn't have been given a "horror" tag. A "psychological thriller" sounds better. Nevertheless, this movie is worth a watch. I'm giving a 8/10 with one extra star just for James McAvoy

Welcome back, M.Night Shyamalan

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