M. Night Shyamalan film finalizes trilogy

Olivia Nobles Staff Writer M. Night Shyamalan’s “Glass,” the third film in his “Unbreakable” series, which merges the story lines created in the first two movies, “Unbreakable” and “Split,” was released in theaters last week.  The series has spanned the course of 19 years in real time, as well as canonically, as the first installment, “Unbreakable,” was released in 2000. The real-world aging of the characters adds a certain depth to the film that would be difficult to manufacture. Bruce Willis plays David Dunn, the protagonist of the film, and…

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‘Split’: not accurate portrayal of DID, according to professors

Draven Jackson Staff Writer Since its release on Jan. 20 of this year, the film “Split” has been topping the box office and receiving positive critical feedback, despite controversial content. In the film, three girls are abducted by Kevin Crumb, a man with severe dissociative identity disorder. He keeps them locked in a small room, and they are confronted with many of his 24 personalities. “Split” plays with some dark content, mainly that of child abuse. Kevin’s multiple personalities came about in response to the abuse he experienced from his…

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