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Il Sesto Senso: The Italian Version of The Sixth Sense
The Sixth Sense is a 1999 American supernatural thriller film written and directed by M. Night Shyamalan, starring Bruce Willis and Haley Joel Osment. The film tells the story of a child psychologist who tries to help a young boy who claims to see dead people. The film was a huge success, earning over $672 million worldwide and receiving six Academy Award nominations, including Best Picture, Best Director, and Best Original Screenplay.
But did you know that there is an Italian version of The Sixth Sense, called Il Sesto Senso? This version was released in 1999, the same year as the original, and it is available for download from TNT Village, a popular torrent site. Il Sesto Senso follows the same plot as The Sixth Sense, but with some differences in the dialogue, the actors, and the setting. Here are some of the main differences between the two versions:
The Italian version is dubbed in Italian, with Bruce Willis' voice provided by Luca Ward and Haley Joel Osment's voice provided by Federico Bebi. Some of the lines are changed to fit the Italian culture and humor. For example, when Cole (Osment) tells Malcolm (Willis) that he sees dead people, he says "Vedo i morti" instead of "I see dead people".
The Italian version has a different cast of supporting actors, mostly from Italy. For example, Toni Collette's role as Cole's mother is played by Francesca Neri, Donnie Wahlberg's role as Vincent Grey is played by Claudio Santamaria, and Olivia Williams' role as Malcolm's wife is played by Monica Bellucci.
The Italian version has a different setting, taking place in Rome instead of Philadelphia. Some of the scenes are filmed in different locations, such as the Colosseum, the Vatican, and the Trevi Fountain. Some of the references to American culture are replaced with references to Italian culture, such as soccer, pizza, and opera.
Il Sesto Senso is a rare and interesting example of how a Hollywood film can be adapted to another culture and language. If you are a fan of The Sixth Sense or curious about how it would look like in Italian, you can download Il Sesto Senso from TNT Village or watch a review of it on YouTube. You might be surprised by how similar or different it is from the original version.