The name of Dr. Abigail Tyler is not new to the residents of a small town in Alaska, Nome. However the renewed interest that the movie “The Fourth Kind” has generated in Dr. Abigail Tyler is not only new to the residents of Nome, Alaska, it is also disturbing. The film has been released on 6th November. The Fourth Kind is filmed in documentary style, amalgamating the real footage with the dramatization. The marketing of the film has been undertaken with the concept that UFOs are real and there is no exaggeration involved in the story. Nome residents are calling authorities to confirm the facts people are searching Dr. Abigail Tyler of Nome Alaska on the internet, all of this pointing to the near life quality of the film.
As the film starts actress Jovovich announces that she is playing the part of Dr. Abigail Tyler giving the validity to the events being shown. “The Fourth Kind” refers to events where living human beings have been abducted by the aliens. Dr. Tyler herself was psychologist and my gut feeling is that she could not have been deceived so easily despite all the hue and cry made by the government and the FBI that there is no proof of what Dr. Abigail Tyler has suggested. As FBI failed to find any link between the missing person from Nome Alaska and the aliens, Dr. Abigail Tyler interviewed disturbed and shocked patients and discovered some of the most compelling evidence that there was something metaphysical going on. During the whole duration of the film actual footage and dramatization of the events definitely give credence to the happenings.