In 1999 the best spooky thriller that was ever made came to be under the guidance of M. Knight Shyamalan: The Sixth Sense 1999. Most horror movies end on a sad, funny, or on a note of horror, but Shyamalan created a paradoxical movie that was sad and uplifting. It addresses bullying, parenting, love, death, the sprit realm, and justice. It was worthy of attention back then, and even more so today.
Playing with the viewer's one dimensional perception of a movie, the twist at the end reveals the biased eye of the beholder phenomena, that many souls fall into with a tunneled perception of their surroundings. The great thing about this movie is a second viewing is completely different from the first.
Of vexillological consequence are a few flags that appear during a local Philadelphia elementary school's production of Camelot. Flags pennants can be seen on the tops of the castles, which are so common in fairytale settings. The most unique flag is the frozen blowing in the wind felt red lance pennon.