Trivia: M. Night Shyamalan personally financed the film so that he could have complete creative control over the final product. He wanted to make a low-budget, back-to-basics movie, as he had just finished working on a string of high-budget critical and commercial failures (including "After Earth" and "The Last Airbender") where he had little creative control due to the budgets and studio-mandates. It paid off, as this film, his next film "Split" and his television series "Wayward Pines" were generally considered a "return to form" for Shyamalan by critics.
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