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‘The Village’ — Shyamalan’s Beautiful, Misunderstood, and Underrated Period Piece Just Turned 17

A love story about loss and trauma wrapped in pseudo-horror.

Bryce Dallas Howard in Shyamalan’s The Village in 2004.
Artwork by the author. Original Photo: Touchstone Pictures

People are judgmental. They cheer for a talented 29-year-old, a rapidly emerging storyteller, but hate him for not delivering near-perfect movies all the…




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Akos Peterbencze

Akos Peterbencze

Freelance Grinder. Regular contributor on Looper. Bylines: Paste Mag, Humungus, and more. You can find me tweeting about pop culture at 2 AM (@ilovemoviesmor1)

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