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• Posted by Jockolantern
• Date: Sunday, July 30, 2006, at 12:13 p.m.
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• In Response to: Haven't seen "Lady" but otherwise we completely agree, Jocko... (Yavar Moradi)

Nah... I don't think so either.

> I personally loved Unbreakable a lot...and now Scott's article has made me
> curious about his first film.

Yeah, I'd love to see Praying with Anger, especially considering how young Shyamalan was when he made the film! Looks quite intruiging, but I don't know of any proper medium it is available on.

> Even if one is like Southall though and HATES everything else about
> Shyamalan, it cannot be denied that in terms of giving/encouraging
> creative freedom for his composer, Shyamalan is one of the very best in
> Hollywood!

Thank God there are at least a few of his directorial type left in Hollywood, however much more slim the number gets by the year.


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