The Sixth Sense is a movie that manages to be frightening, emotional, nerve-racking and genuine all at the same time. Movies like the Six Sense impact viewers since it appeals to every sense. Haley Joel Osment plays Cole, a disturbed boy seeking help for his disease, sets the plot of the movie. Cole is Dr. Crowe patient. Bruce Willis, known as Dr. Crowe in the film, changes the course of the movie, tricking viewers and making it much more intriguing. Cole is Dr. Crowe patient.
At the beginning of the film, Dr. Crowe received recognition from the mayor for helping the children of the city in the psychiatric field. Celebrating in his home among his wife, a former patient of his intrudes into their home. At first, Dr. Crowe did not realize who the intruder was until he said: "You've failed me." Suddenly he realized who the intruder was. This patient suffered because he was terrified when he was alone. After knowing who he was, Dr. Crowe attempts to calm him down, but he was not able to, since the patient had turned around picking a gun up and shooting him. .
The film stops and starts by presenting us to Dr. Crowe six months later. He had a new eight years old patient who was haunted by someone or something he could not explained. Cole's mom was very concerned about her son since he kept getting cuts and bruises in his back and wrists, but his mom was also oblivious about Cole's condition. After having a few sessions Cole starts to feel more at ease with Dr. Crowe. As the film goes on, Cole manages to tell Dr. Crowe his secret. Being in the hospital after an incident in a birthday party, Cole says to Dr. Crowe: "I see dead people they are everywhere," he says, " They only see what they want to see." Now, Cr. Crowe is aware of Cole's condition and he is not sure if what he Cole told him is true or just a lie. This cause a separation between Dr. Crowe and his patient, but reviewing a recorded session from the old patient that shot him, he realized that Cole was not lying.