Signs

Signs
Signs

Year

2002

Duration

102 minutes

Genres

Science Fiction and Fantasy

Language

English

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Synopsis

Do you believe in signs, or just coincidences? After losing his wife in a car accident, Episcopalian minister Graham Hess turns his back on his faith and career to take up farming. Now, however, his crops are being mysteriously - if artistically - vandalised during the night, and though Hess initially suspects his neighbours, he soon discovers that the perpetrators are anything but local. M. Night Shyamalan's careful pacing creates a subtler alternative to War Of The Worlds; an alien invasion movie in which the literal monsters must play second fiddle to the demons in the characters' pasts.

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Contains moderate language, menace and violence.

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