The Sixth Sense – Mise en Scene

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Malcolm Crowe (Bruce Willis) is a psychologist who has just earned an award from the mayor for his efforts with children. On the night that Malcolm and his wife, Anna (Olivia Williams), are celebrating; they arrive home to find an intruder, Vincent Gray (Donnie Wahlberg), in their bathroom. Vincent is one of Malcolm's former patients, and after rambling about Malcolm’s faults as a psychologist, he brandishes a gun, then shoots himself and Malcolm. The next fall, Malcolm has recovered from his wounds physically but not emotionally. A gulf has developed between him and his wife. The once-loving couple hardly talks and he suspects that she’s having an affair. As a way of getting rid of his guilt, Malcolm begins to work with 9-year old Cole Sear (Haley Joel Osment), a boy who shows similar problems to those displayed by Vincent Gray at that age.
Malcolm is determined to accomplish for Cole what he could not do for his former patient. But the task he has set for himself is not an easy one. Cole sees and hears things that others cannot, and he is afraid to open up to his mother, Lynn (Toni Collette), for fear that she will think he’s a freak. After Cole is locked in a closet and then hospitalized, he tells Malcolm his ;secret;–that he can see and communicate with the dead. Malcolm helps Cole come to terms with his "gift" and to open up to his mother; and (in a twist of the storyline) Malcolm comes to the realization that he himself; was killed the night Vincent shot him.
Written and directed by M. Night Shyamalan, and produced by Sam Mercer, Kathleen Kennedy, Frank Marshall, and Barry Mendel. Original music was composed by James Newton Howard, Editing was done by Andrew Mondshein, and Tak Fujimoto was the cinematographer.
The film is set in Philadelphia, which is M. Night Shyamalan;s hometown. The movie could have bee set in any New England style town; but in one scene when Cole is at school, his teach…