M. Night Shyamalan has obviously taken a few notes from the play book of
famed director Alfred Hitchcock when it comes to promoting his work. "The
Buried Secret..." is a funny, transparent and, at the same time, ...展开serious look at the work of an artist and his in-depth understanding of "show business". There is wit even in the title. Am I the only who interprets the first letters of the words "buried secrets" as a joke on two other words that start with the same letters. Mr. Shyamamlan has not made a bad move yet when it comes to writing,
directing or publicity. I like his style. He will go down in history as one of the few director that has made going to the movies "fun" again. Like most of his movies, "Buried Secrets" had me guessing until the very end. Is it a Documentary? Is he being scammed by Nathaniel Kahn? Is he scamming Nathaniel? Is there a
difference between a liar and a person with a vivid imagination? No one can
hold a candle to M. Night. Not even that Speilberg guy whom he was compared
to in a Newsweek cover story a few years ago. I hope that guy continues to
make films for decades.