Night Shyamalan can keep his deer fence, rules judgeNovember 14th, 2007 - 10:14 am ICT by admin
Infuriated neighbours had insisted that the mesh was ugly and that it ruined their views.
The neighbours had also added that the fence had an adverse effect on property values, reports Contactmusic.
However, the ‘The Sixth Sense’ director had argued that fence was necessary to prevent deers from destroying the planned formal gardens on his property.
In the meantime, the Academy award-nominated director is currently busy working on his new movie ‘The Happening,’ scheduled to be released next year in June. (ANI)
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