"Glass" Is a film about a young man, Atlas, and his continuous struggle with early-onset Alzheimer's. Seen through his eyes, his life is a puzzle he desperately tries to piece together. His... See full summary »
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A man stranded in the Arctic after an airplane crash must decide whether to remain in the relative safety of his makeshift camp or to embark on a deadly trek through the unknown in hopes of... See full summary »
Terrifying images:--To create a terrifying and dark atmosphere, Mr. Night Shyamalan appealed to the director of photography, Mike Gioulakis. The latter is none other than the person responsible for the oppressive atmosphere of It Follows, the little surprise of the horror / horror genre released in 2015. It is also after seeing this film that the director of Sixth Sense decided to to hire the services of the chief operator for Split then Glass.
Dr. Ellie Staple:
It's amazing to meet you. It is simply extraordinary. Maybe this will all make sense if I explain who I am. My name is Dr. Ellie Staple, and I'm a psychiatrist. My work concerns a particular type of delusion of grandeur. It's a growing field. I specialize in those individuals who believe they are superheroes.
Kevin Wendell Crumb:
Good for you.
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Glass is truly a cinematic jewel, which closes the delicate and complex analysis begun by the two previous films.A journey to discover the inner strength (or weakness) that each of us has as a human being.Shyamalan directs this film, interpreted in an excellent way by all the protagonists, without smearing and will surely disappoint all those people who will go to the cinema with the hope of seeing a cinecomics or an action movie.Glass tackles the mystery of souls and does so in an intelligent and almost delicate way. A truly excellent product, Cinema for high and sensitive minds. Show to reflect on our existence using archetypes and almost alchemical references.
Suffice it to think of the continuous and stressed reference to number 3 or the events of the Ulysses of the Odyssey of which the film is full of quotations from the attentive spectator.Bravo, Shyamalan. Thank you so much for this wonderful spiritual journey veered only apparently in the world of comics.
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