As Split leaves the Netflix catalog on February 15, we invite you to test your knowledge of M. Night Shyamalan’s film…
In 2016, Split was released on our screens, a low-budget film directed by a specialist in horror thrillers. Shyamalan is interested in the fascinating subject of dissociative identity disorder and imagines a character with multiple personalities, each with their own physical attribute.
If Split created the surprise, it is not so much for the incredible performance of James McAvoy as its last minutes, where we see appear on the screen an unexpected actor (if you have not seen Split, we advise not to read the following paragraphs). Bruce Willis returns to service 16 years after Unbreakable where he played an almost immortal vigilante against a wheelchair-bound Samuel L. Jackson.
One of M. Night Shyamalan’s craziest projects is taking shape before our eyes, that of making a superhero saga like no other. The director immediately announces the production of his next feature, entitled Glass, which brings together his three gifted heroes three years later. It will have taken nearly twenty years to give us his vision of the super-heroic genre. A clever and exciting trilogy.
Split will leave the Netflix catalog on February 15. Unbreakable and Glass are currently available on Disney+. So you no longer have any excuse to miss out.