M. Night Shyamalan Reveals a Much Darker Ending To Split

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M. Night Shyamalan Reveals a Much Darker Ending To Split

M. Night Shyamalan Reveals a Much Darker Ending To Split

It’s definitely not far fetched to say that Split has been and will go down as one of the better films of 2017.  It’s marked a triumphant return to film for M. Night Shyamalan who had been on somewhat of a downward spiral since Unbreakable (in my opinion).  Though he may never match The Sixth Sense, Split gained a huge following and critical acclaim.   But it turns out that there was an even darker, and more twisted ending than people saw in the theaters.   Here’s what M. Night said about it:

It opens with McAvoy’s character dressed in a plaid shirt and glasses — the clothing preferred by Dennis, one of Kevin Crumb’s more fearsome personalities who kidnapped the three teenage girls at the onset of Split. Here, Dennis sits cross-legged on the ledge of a rooftop. As the camera pans from behind him, we see Dennis is overlooking a school, with yellow school buses parked out front. The sounds of school children dismissed for the day can be heard in the distance. Dennis says, ‘Look at all those unbroken souls.’ Then the voice of one of Kevin Crumb’s more dominant personalities, Patricia, immediately answers Dennis: ‘Such a waste.’”

FYI, If you’ve already seen Split, then you’ll be pleased to know that M. Night Shyamalan’s picture is poised to release via DVD and Blu-ray on April 18th.  The Digitial HD version has been available from April 4th

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