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"A remarkable movie that boggles the mind and changes your opinion on UFOs."
-Larry King (Larry King Live)
Using never-before-seen archival footage that is integrated into the film, The Fourth Kind exposes the terrified revelations of multiple witnesses. Their accounts of being visited by alien figures all share disturbingly identical details, the validity of which is investigated throughout the film. Background of the Thriller:
In October 2004, filmmaker Olatunde Osunsami had wrapped principal photography on his thriller The Cavern and traveled to North Carolina for postproduction. While there, a chance dinner conversation sparked an interest that would change his life, and beliefs, forever.
A colleague told him of a psychologist living in the Carolinas who relocated from a remote town along the Bering Sea. In Alaska, she had conducted a sleep disorder study that revealed terrifying data. What he heard frightened Osunsami...all the more because it was heavily documented. Through his contact, he tracked her down. After some reluctance, she shared her story.
In Fall 2000, the therapist’s patients, under hypnosis, exhibited behaviors that suggested encounters with non humans. Before sleep, every person recalled a white owl outside his or her window. They woke up paralyzed, hearing horrific noises from beyond their doors just before an unknown assailant pulled them screaming from their rooms. Subsequent memories went dark.
As the doctor investigated the phenomenon, she discovered a history of missing people and bizarre activity from the region, dating back to the 1960s. The more she dug, the more she believed the unbelievable: Her patients’ stories were not false memories, but comprehensive evidence of alien abductions.
Originally posted by mkross1983
Well, I'm just going to throw it out there that some of the footage from the trailer looks a heck of a lot more like a "possession" than an abduction and that really confuses me if people are going to think demonic possession (never mind if it's real or not) is what happens when you're "abducted". Seems weird to me. Of course, it is Hollywood, so...
Originally posted by drac88
For people who don't know right from wrong regarding UFOs, 'The Fourth Kind' could be pretty detrimental for the time being.
Please, discuss this with me.