Split Unbreakable Glass

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Brief Synopsis:
The re-telling of the Eastrail 177 Trilogy with a new narrative structure to facilitate surprises, adjustments to reveals, new parallels, new opening and closings and much much more. One can be surprised again.

Redundant threads (marriage issues from Unbreakable and Dr Fletcher from Slpit) and over- exposition (from Glass) have been removed. Scoring has been adjusted to permit music motifs to run through the narrative consistently, Deleted material has been used only where the narrative requires it.

New opening and closing titles have been created and all crew are credited (source IMDB).
The intention here was to restructure these films into a non-linear narrative to facilitate keeping the suspense up, making you believe what the characters are told for as long as possible.
Additional Notes:
In order to minimize spoilers, this adds/cut list is in 3 sections. Spoiler levels increase as you go to the next section. Sections A-C deal with each source movie’s changes since the nonlinear structure of this edit does not permit an easy representation of the changes in a way that would be easy to understand. Overall, virtually every scene is in a new position or altered in some fashion totaling over 1000 changes (seriously). SECTION A Materials removed or added from all 3 movies SECTION B – Light Spoilers Highly altered or new scenes created from all 3 movies to facilitate the new narrative SECTION C – Heavier spoilers (but rationale excluded in order to preserve some reveals. The Thread on the Forum contains details of narrative structure used and rationale)
Other Sources:
- Freesounds.org
- Freefonts.com
- Score CDs from all 3 movies.
- Deleted material from all 3 blu rays
- Additional shots of Raven Hill from Glass Blu Ray featurettes
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Dwight Fry and sgp1428 Previewers
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Editing Details:
A detailed description of the Narrative is contained in the Forum thread in a Spoiler Box.
The details here, are in 3 sections in order to preserve the most surprising changes for all to view cold.

Any redundant characters or dialogue has been removed throughout all 3 movies. Major excisions follow.
M. Night Shyamalan’s cameos have been removed from all 3 movies
Virtually all material with David’s wife has been removed. This subplot is superfluous to the narrative being told. Some minor shots and one scene have been retained for narrative purposes.
Some sequences have been shortened for pacing and narrative drive. Some scoring has been extended or altered to fit the new sequences positioned in new areas of the edit, in some cases requiring extensive or complete audio and scoring rebuilds.
David’s visits to the school are removed (though a portion of one scene is repurposed)
David’s first stadium scene is removed
All material featuring Dr Karen Fletcher is removed though some shots are repurposed to create new sequences.
The horror, gore and extended suspense elements have been minimised as have the involvement of the other two abducted girls in order to serve the new narrative. This is NOT a horror flick.
No wholesale removal of any material HOWEVER a significant amount of repurposing and resequencing of material has been undertaken in order to serve the new narrative.
Certain sequences which are redundant, due to them being there to permit the movie to work as a standalone; these have been removed or repurposed.
Deleted material from Unbreakable that was added to Glass for it to work as a standalone movie has either been removed or repurposed.
Large portions of Glass have been re-purposed for use throughout the edit and lighten the load of Glass at the end of the edit.
Deleted scenes have been used ONLY where they serve the new narrative. Not all available deleted material has been used and where deleted material has been added back, it has been trimmed to serve the new narrative with completed and /or altered scoring and audio work used where needed.
SECTION B – Light Spoilers
Highly altered scenes from all 3 movies and new sequences.
This section describes new sequences created to facilitate the new narrative.
A new opening has been created.
Scenes from one film are used as bookends for scenes from another film.
Opening caption has been replaced
Eastrail 177 is combined with the version from GLASS
Eastrail 177, David no longer comes on to the fellow passenger
The hospital scene is altered
New montage for the memorial has been created
The weightlifting scene is shortened with some removed material repurposed for later in the edit
The Station scene is materially repurposed
The gallery scene is altered
The main stadium scene is altered
The memorial material is repurposed
The wreckage visit is repurposed
David’s “coming out” is shortened and enhanced, but you need to watch to see how and why.
Casey’s fellow abductees are de-emphasised
The climax is re-worked downplaying horror tropes
Deleted material (sometime just the dialogue or audio) is selectively used
Selective appearances of The Horde have been removed or repurposed
Dr Staple’s introduction to David and Kevin are completely re-worked and no longer intercut as heavily.
Deleted Casey material used to create a necessary pause and for character development
Flashbacks have been repurposed or replaced with more appropriate material for this narrative

Cuts and Additions:
A detailed description of the Narrative changes is contained in the Forum thread in a Spoiler Box.
Please do not discuss these changes in the forum in order to allow others to view this cold, as with any Shyamalan movie.
The details here, lists additions and removals, still trying to not give all away so hyper detail is avoided.
SPOILERS FOLLOW BELOW, but still not full blown.

0001- Fanedit logo
0007- Studio and production logos from all 3 movies, re formatted and consolidated for time
0008 –Custom caption replaces Unbreakable’s caption
0014 - Custom opening using two pieces of Staples dialogue, a repurposed shot of David and a chroma key overlay of the shattering menu page from the Unbreakable Blu Ray Menu
0068 - Custom titles using custom font, the score track “01 Physiks” from the GLASS Score but re-edited for timing and fit. Full customised animation and expanded credit roll per more traditional movie opening formats.
069 - Custom caption for block 1
070 - Repurposed night shot of Ravenhill at night
077 - Scene of Dr Staple at desk reviewing Elijah’s file with 7 pieces of custom audio rebuild
078 - Crossfade to Philadelphia Dept. Store 1961, unaltered scene but music is altered to “06 Unbreakable” from Score CD at the to permit crossfade to…
085 - Dr Staple continues to review Elijah’s file, 6 pieces of audio work
088 - Added deleted scene where Dr Staple goes to reception and calls “Mrs Price” which is now underscored by “02 Reflections of Elijah” from Unbreakable Score CD
090 - A portion of Mrs Price and Dr Staple discussion
091 - Deleted scene from Unbreakable used in Glass (so in HD) at fairground is used, slightly trimmed with caption added
095 – Crossfade to Elijah and Mrs Price apartment and playground scenes, with custom caption
098 – Cross fade to Limited Editions gallery scene underscored by “02 Reflections of Elijah” from Unbreakable Score CD at both ends
103 – Crossfade back to a portion of Mrs Price and Dr Staple discussion which is modified
104 - Custom caption for block 2
123 – Establishing scenes of Casey are trimmed for pacing as is the abduction
144 – Repurposed Casey flashback used with rack focus applied throughout
151 – 7 trims to opening incarceration scene to remove and play down the other abductees
158 – Patricia introduction plays down other abductees
161 – Dennis’s sanitation scene is underscore by “01 Visions” from Unbreakable Score CD to also permit transition to…
163 - Custom caption for block 3
167 - Crossfading to repurposed night shot and David arriving home with closing music replaced with a custom mix of Piano from “06 Unbreakable” from Score CD, slowed to match the scene which follows
169 – Custom caption and cross fade to new Eastrail 177 scene using the version from Glass AND Unbreakable. This has a crossfade and staged wipe mid shot from one movie to the other, with color correction and re-framing to match, underscored by the ongoing custom piano piece mix from “06 Unbreakable” from Score CD.
181 – David does not come on to the lady passenger. Extensive audio work to retain how the scene originally plays out in Unbreakable despite the scene opening being the version from Glass. The close up of the brief case is removed.
186 – Hospital scene is shortened, wife is briefly seen, underscored by “06 Unbreakable” from Score CD.
199 – New montage sequence created from David at table, stadium scene and memorial using only audio from the Unbreakable.
203 – Minor trims to Limited Edition scene with David, Joseph and Elijah
207 - Custom caption for block 4
214 – Hedwig’s intro is altered to deemphasise the other abductees
217 – Flashback added for Casey with Rack Focus
235 – The scene with Patricia uses deleted material and repurposed dialogue and music from the Theatrical audio track to create a tighter scene that removes the other abductees from the equation as quickly as possible.
236 - Custom caption for block 5
240 – Transition with new shot of Ravenhill (sourced from Blu Ray featurettes) segue to Dr Staple and Mrs Price, in a modified scene
251 - Stadium scene with David and Elijah is trimmed but has an enhanced moment to establish David’s gifts more clearly earlier on due to later portions having been removed.
265 – Elijah’s fall is truncated for narrative purposes.
272 – Elijah’s post fall hospital scene is altered
277 – A further Dr Staple and Mrs Price scene follows.
283 -- Custom caption for block 6
287 – Casey flashback is modified and rack focus applied
293 – Scene with Casey and Hedwig going to see the CD and walkie talkies is modified –No dancing
301 – Casey and Dennis modified and score from next edit scene underscores the end of the sequence.
303 -- Custom caption for block 7
321 – New sequence using a shot of David at a bar, the audio on the TV has been replaced. The scene is underscored with a purpose made track at 85% speed modifying the piece “David and Elijah” from the Unbreakable Score CD.
327 - David meeting Joseph after school is modified and joined with the walking discussion about the heroes’ code.
341 – A repurposed street shot leads into a modified and shortened weightlifting scene
347 – David and Joseph in bed is modified, certain shots now play in reverse with the scene underscored by the custom mix track at 85% speed modifying the piece of “David and Elijah” and “Falling Down” from the Unbreakable Score CD.
361 – David and Elijah’s second discussion at Limited Edition is highly modified for narrative purposes including repurposed shots and new zoom and pans applied.
369 – Elijah at the comic store is modified and shortened
373 – David’s arrival home to listen to answerphone is repurposed and modified to serve the narrative. It is now underscored by “18 Origin Story” from the Glass Score CD, at a very low volume to tie the motif to the Heroes journey
375 - Custom caption for block 8
397 – A new sequence has been created with material from Split using close ups of Dr Fletcher’s files but repurposing this with an new shot of Ravenhill with extensive audio and music work.
423 – The sequences that follow with Dennis, The Beast and Casey are highly modified and remove Dr Fletcher and minimise the other abductees. This is underpinned using pieces from the Split Score CD, tracks “13 Arrival” and “14 Meeting the Others”.
454 – The playout with Casey and The Beast is highly modified with the closing portions removing the police but adding flashbacks; the piece “18 Kevin Wendell Crumb” and “21 Rejoice” being used from the Split Score CD.
469 – Use of a flashback sequence for Casey has rack focus applied and is modified for the narrative.
470 - Custom caption for block 9
487 – A new sequence is created repurposing a shot of Dunn’s shop and partial use of material from a “specified walk” underscored with “11 Thru the basement” from the Glass score CD
522 – A modified discussion at the store is underscored in part using and “13 Unravelling” from the Glass score CD and certain shots have been cropped and a zoom applied to conceal elements that are not used in this narrative. A shot from another part of Glass is used to further conceal these elements. Reference to “the zoo” is removed. Additionally, the references to the “elaborate salting” and the “book” are removed. More due to how the lines are delivered. It also dilutes a tender moment materially, and its removal benefits the Dad/Son bond that the scene is intended to convey.
557 – Using deleted material, repurposed and modified shots, including the use of reverse play, crop, zoom and pans, a new sequence has been created for a bridging scene of the horde into the narrative incorporating “02 Brick Factory” from the glass Score CD and “01 Visions” from the Unbreakable CD.
569 – A modified version of the diner scene with the breaking news has been created. The terrible music edits in this scene are the original audio from Glass (which due to poor channel separation, cannot be fixed). Nevertheless, the music, “01 Visions” from the Unbreakable score CD has been used to smooth out where possible.
601 – In one of the most complex changes to the narrative when David calls Elijah and goes to the station, 36 edits, 27 audio and scoring segues, additional and repurposed sound effects and more have been deployed to both retain this key moment while adding something completely new from a narrative perspective. Extensive audio rebuild was also required using “01 Visions” from the Unbreakable CD to both maintain the original musical thrust and adhering to the visual cues needed, though now repurposed. Watch to see how and why.
615 – David’s pursuit of the kidnapper is modified for pacing and narrative drive.
634 – David’s encounter with The Beast required significant work and sleight of hand to remove the abductees from the material while still delivering on the thrust of the scene. The track “16 Checkmate” from the Glass CD is used to tie the sequence together which uses multiple modifications to audio and certain shots cropped, zoomed and re-framed with upscaling to maintain quality.
700 - Custom caption for block 10
719 – Using “03 Pink Room” from the Glass Score CD as a bridge, a new version of the Casey at school sequence is created with some deleted material from Glass
720 – An unaltered sequence from Unbreakable is used at this point for a characters drive and the continuing development of this narrative. The sequence is modified to remove references to events that are not present in this narrative.
728 – The school scene with Casey continues underscored by a modified 85% speed version of “03 Pink Room” from the Glass Score CD.
761 – David and The Horde’s arrival at Raven Hill are completely reworked, removing some clunky or un-needed dialogue and extensive use of the modified 85% speed version of “03 Pink Room” from the Glass Score CD.
765 – Elijah and Dr Staples “discussion” is brought forward both for narrative pacing and to correct a continuity error revealed by the jumper she wears.
779 – Joseph Dunn and Dr Staple’s encounter is highly modified with the two flashbacks which Joseph has one is replaced with other material in order to serve this narrative and the fact that some of the material has not been used elsewhere in the edit prior to this encounter. The other is modified, again to serve the narrative.
792 – All references to the abducted girls in Dr Staple and Joseph’s discussion have been removed, since they have not been abducted in this edit.
778 – Casey’s encounter with Dr Staple is modified
788 –Casey and The Horde is modified, generally removing redundant material
794 – Added the deleted scene of Elijah and Mrs Price pre-op meeting, with one shot played in reverse and one line removed.
799 – Added the deleted scene of Dr Staple sitting outside prior to David’s scene with the water jets since the narrative flow required a break in pace during this section of the edit and a needed bridge from the previous scene she features in. The scene is slightly shortened, favouring the color timing of the deleted version shots in common.
806 – The scene with the orderly and Elijah is brought forward to increase the tension given what the viewer is now aware of. This scene works much better with the addition of the earlier deleted material.
810 – Custom caption for block 11
826 – The Pink Room scene is far too long but 100% required, so it is now split with the addition mid-way of the comic book store sequences which also keeps Casey and Joseph in the narrative thrust in a more balanced manner with both scenes repurposed to add to the narrative materially by what they are juxtaposed with. Minor trims made.
844 – The most significant enhancement to the Pink Room is the expansion of David’s experience with material from Unbreakable (left out earlier in the edit) being used, sparingly, and not seen to this point. This involved significant changes in shot framing, crossfades, audio and music work.
845 - There is one deletion to the Pink Room dialogue, in order NOT to give away an element yet to be revealed (but soon to be).
849 – Some scenes re-sequenced in proximity to the pink room.
850 – Custom caption for Block 12
855 – Audio rebuild for Dr Staple in car park since new scoring was required
859 – A few trims are made to Elijah’s night-time exploits, and a few modifications for narrative purposes.
882 - This plays through to the procedure but that vision during Elijah’s procedure has been replaced with material from Unbreakable which is required at this point in the narrative. That segment is highly modified to fit the pacing of the overall sequence. With “02 reflections” from the Unbreakable score Cd being used. Extensive audio and edit work required for this portion.
883 – Deleted post op discussion with David added
889 – Audio rebuild in carpark
902 – Custom caption for Block 13.
918 – 16 trims made up to David and the door
939 – Material from Unbreakable that was not used earlier is now repurposed here with a custom music mix from the Score of Glass
950 – 11 more changes until the showdown, all trims.
951 - Custom caption for Block 14. The final block.
953 – The transition uses 16 – Checkmate from the score CD to Glass.
959 – Additional minor trims in the least altered part of this edit.
969 – When David takes Dr Staples hand, 10 alterations and enhancements occur underscored by 03 The Pink Room from the Glass score cd.
976 – 7 more trims up to Dr Staple and Mr Glass.
998 – 22 changes, audio, music and editorially are made thru to the last shot to change the ending. The ending is complete altered, repurposing material from the end of Glass, to create a more satisfying conclusion and one that mirrors two previous sequences.
1000 plus: Over 500 floating mattes, near 8000 words, a whole new scoring close (created from 6 pieces of music) were created for the new end credit roll (so more than 1500 changes, but let’s just leave it at that).
Closing credit roll uses
Fanedit.org and members thanks added.
Trivia and stats added to credits
Other sources added to credits
Wraith logo added.
Cover art by Wraith (DOWNLOAD HERE)


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This is an incredibly ambitious fan-edit that combines M. Night Shyamalan's Unbreakable, Split and Glass into the 3.5 hour epic that is Split Unbreakable Glass. Wraith has managed to craft a singular, cohesive story that combines the narratives of the three films with spectacular use of flashbacks to keep twist reveals from the audience until the right time.
I love Unbreakable and was floored by Split when I saw it in theaters. I had been excited for a sequel to Unbreakable for almost 20 years, but was very disappointed by Glass. I only own glass because I got all three in a bluray set, but I've not seen it since the first time in theaters. This edit has given me a much greater appreciation for Glass and the story M Night was trying to tell. Breaking the story into chapters makes it much more digestible, so you really don't feel the over 3 hour run time. The use of flashbacks allowed for more focused story beats and managed to provide plenty of surprises for someone who has seen the films before. This combined epic really rectifies the issues I had with Glass. However, I think the ending is cut a bit short here. The final reveal still doesn't quite work for me, however that is mostly due to Dr Ellie Staple being a poorly written character (something I don't think can be saved in any edits).

A couple of audio transitions that were noticeable, but overall this is truly an epic.

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Owner's reply January 09, 2022

Thank you so much for those comments. I'm especially pleased that Glass has had some redemption for you. Let me add, that this edit may not be the final word as far as Glass is concerned.

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I really enjoyed this edit.

Per the recommendation of the editor, I watched it one sitting on a weekend.

Thematically, it works really well. The flashbacks, the character introductions all mesh so well. It was certainly a welcome and uniwue viewing experience that I would highly recommend to anyone.

Overall, this is a strong edit and I look forward to the Editor's future projects.

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Owner's reply December 05, 2021

Thanks for taking the time to review. It is always appreciated.

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as someone who loves [most of] the 3 films from this mashup, i wouldn't have normally sought this out in order to watch it. it all came down to a review that i stumbled upon. though it seemed a bit TOO overzealous in it's praise (to the point i thought they must be his own mother), i had to admit that the concept was painted as incredibly intriguing. as a younger editor myself (just a few years, now), one thing i have going for me is dedication to seamless edits, & creativity. so i have a huge respect for faneditors that that provide at least those 2 aspects. Wraith was generous enough to share the link (as well as 2 others). and i gotta say, that initial review didn't seem too overzealous anymore. i was super impressed. i had originally hated the idea of not revisiting every single moment of the originals on future rewatches, but this new narrative.... while it needfully has to cut out some stuff, it does so in an appropriate way. the restructuring, refocusing, relabeling, and even re-revealing (yes, that's a word now) was just.... fucking masterful. what a mind-boggling puzzle this was to redo it in such a way, to begin with, let alone have that finished puzzle actually enjoyable to look at. this edit is not only a phenomenal way to watch the overall trilogy story (either for 1st time OR as a fan), but should be considered a case study inspiration for what fan-editing can achieve. genius-level mapping. Wraith has gifted me two aspects. 1) a new version of an already loved trilogy, that i will watch whenever that rewatch bug starts to bite. and 2) inspiration to be better, think harder, & work more diligently at what i do. may he never have need to stop this aspect of his hobby time.

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Owner's reply November 28, 2021

Thank you for the review.

I am especially pleased that you find it so inspiring (as i did when I first saw Pulp Empire, which had the same impact on me to raise my game)...so I am very much looking forward to see your work. Feel free to PM if you ever need an extra pair of eyes or ears...

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Frankly, I'm stunned. I remember finding the forum thread for this project and thinking "There's no way this is going to work." IMO, movie mashups rarely work as well as intended; they're sometimes fun, but often they almost never feel like a cohesive whole. But in this case, I could not have been more wrong. It helps that the films combined here are from the same director with a distinctive visual style, but this is some truly masterful work from Wraith combining them into what actually feels like a single narrative. I wasn't really a fan of these movies on their own. Of the three, I prefer Split (since I'm a horror head), but even that was a lot of time to spend in a pretty gross situation. But Unbreakable was so slow and dour, and Glass just did not work at all for me. This, though? This rules. I doubt I'll ever watch the original films again since tells the story of the trilogy in a much more satisfying way. It's largely the same, btw. There are some changes and some surprises for sure, but I don't think it radically alters the bones of the story Shyamalan was trying to tell. Even if you are a fan of the original films in their entirety, though, I think you'll still get something out of this. It truly is a masterclass in editing, and the graph for where to put all these elements in the edit must have been labyrinthine.
Yes, it's non-linear, and yes, it's broken up into "chapters." Again, I wouldn't expect to work, and it's a testament to how much thought and care Wraith put into this that it works as well as it does, which is very well indeed. Not once did it feel disjointed, and that's a bit of a miracle. Early on in the edit, I noticed a shot was slowed down, which I found a little distracting, but then it kept happening, and it started to feel like a stylistic choice, one that gives the film (along with some subtle score work) a kind of Lynchian quality that matches quite well. I hesitate to say more because I don't want to ruin any surprises, but suffice it to say that this should be essential viewing for anyone truly interested in fan-editing. It's one of the best (and most-labor intensive) I've ever seen. Get the full-resolution version if you can; it's top quality, and I noticed no issues with the audio or video.

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Owner's reply November 21, 2021

Thank you for the generaous review. I'm so pleased this brought something new to these films for you and that you did not let your skepticism stop you from watching this. Hopefully others will follow...I so want to share this so people can see what M. Night had hidden away in these...

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This edit sits in a weird place for me. The idea behind combining three films into one works perfectly here, and I had very little (if any) to complain about in that regard. The pacing was great, the title screens and music that was added in to supplement the structure was fantastic and flawless, and I rated it as such.

However, while I very much enjoyed Unbreakable and Split as individual movies, I absolutely hated Glass. The awful trope of the generic shadowy organization that was included in Glass just absolutely killed it for me. I could live with every single other flaw in that movie but it just completely derailed it for me (Hancock is another prime example of this, albeit slightly different).
I was hoping against hope that Wraith would find a way to remove all traces of this shadow organization, and I don't fault him for leaving it in (it would probably ruin the integrity of the movie if all those scenes were cut/trimmed) it DID diminish my enjoyment of the film as a whole.

I wondered if there was any way to start having more of the Glass content show up earlier in the film. It felt like Glass was trying to encase the stories of Unbreakable and Split (as intended) but didn't quite capture that element perfectly for me. It felt like I was watching Unbreakable and Split interlaced together, and then afterwards I was watching Glass with some extended flashbacks.

ALL THAT BEING SAID, all of the other flaws with Glass were trimmed/adjusted in a way to VASTLY improve the quality of that portion of the movie, and was improved even more by blending it with the other two films. I was also bummed to see so much of Split removed, but I understand the necessity, and I again do not hold that against Wraith, as the inclusion of any more of Unbreakable and Split would have obliterated the pacing.

Is this project worth watching? Absolutely. This cut made Glass tolerable enough that I sat through the entirety of it. Is this project greater than the sum of its parts? I think if you hated Glass less than I did, your answer will most certainly be yes.

Props to you Wraith, sorry if this review seems super negative, you have absolutely achieved greatness here.

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Owner's reply October 13, 2021

Thanks for the review and considered comments. Shame that this could not redeem Glass a tad for you, but at least you were propelled through the journey.

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