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The Fourth Kind is a science fiction-thriller film directed by Olatunde Osunsanmi, and starring Milla Jovovich. The film is purported to be a documentary reenactment set in Nome, Alaska, and deals with alien abductions. The title is derived from Jacques Vallee's classification of close encounters with aliens, in which the fourth kind denotes an alien abduction.
The film is supposedly based on actual events, and is set in Nome, Alaska, a town which (according to the movie) has a disproportionate number of reported missing people and alleged alien abductions over the last forty years. Milla Jovovich plays psychotherapist Dr Abigail Tyler, who is allegedly based on a real psychologist who videotapes interviews with the abductees. The abductees all claim they see a strange looking owl at their window, before suffering strange psychological attacks. Recordings from videotapes reveal a distorted voice speaking in Sumerian, the oldest recorded language in Human history, and Tyler begins to suspect a government cover up.
This is the first major film by writer and director Olatunde Osunsanmi, who is a protégé of independent film director Joe Carnahan. The movie claims to be a re-enactment of original documentary footage. It also claims to use "never-before-seen archival footage" that is integrated into the film. The film was shot in Bulgaria, and the lush, mountainous setting of Nome as it appears in the trailer bears little resemblance to the actual ...