Reviewed bychatte_noire13Vote: 10/10/10
This movie isn't for everyone. Few people are interested in examiningwhat is truth, or even questioning what qualifies as true. If you areuncomfortable with having your beliefs challenged, you won't enjoy thisfilm.
I think the people who hated this film probably weren't able tocomprehend its message, which is a shame. The complex information beingpresented could only be "dumbed down" so much. I read all the negativereviews, and kept asking myself if we were watching the same film.
If you're not actively processing what's being presented, you'll miss alot of significant information. My husband and I paused the movie oftento discuss things, or we'd rewind and watch again to make sure wedidn't miss something important. This isn't for a lazy viewer.
If you, like me, enjoy a good puzzle and some mystery, and if you'reable to suspend your disbelief long enough to follow an unfamiliartrain of logic to a new, unconsidered conclusion, you should find thisdocumentary to be thoroughly engaging and enjoyable.
Regardless of whether the claims are true or false, the point ofwatching this film is to learn the claims and decide for yourself whatyou think about them. Don't let other people foist their opinions onyou! Give the movie a go and you can decide what to believe and what toscoff at.
A documentary about the life of Dr. Stephen Greer and his claims of existing energy technologies that would change the world as we know it.