The Sixth Sense
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"The Sixth Sense" is a 1999 American supernatural thriller film written and directed by M. Night Shyamalan. The film tells the story of Cole Sear, a troubled, isolated boy who is able to see and talk to the dead, and an equally troubled child psychologist (Bruce Willis) who tries to help him. The film established Shyamalan as a writer and director, and introduced the cinema public to his traits, most notably his affinity for plot twist/surprise endings.

Released by Hollywood Pictures on August 6, 1999, the film was received well; critics highlighted the performances (especially by Osment and Willis), its atmosphere, and twist conclusion. The film was the second highest grossing film of 1999 (behind Star Wars Episode I: The Phantom Menace), grossing about $293 million domestically and $672 million worldwide. The film was nominated for six Academy Awards, including Academy Award for Best Picture/Best Picture, Academy Award for Best Director/Best Director, and Academy Award for Best Supporting Actor/Best Supporting Actor for Osment.

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Cole Sear: Some magic's real.

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Cole Sear: They see only what they want to see.

Cole Sear: She came a long way to see me didn't she? Malcolm Crowe: I guess she did.