posted on Apr, 24 2013 @ 10:30 AM
Originally posted by Australiana
Well I paid 10 dollars to rent it last night and watched it - thought it was great. I have it on my laptop for another 48 hours and tonight I am going
to watch it again. It is the type of movie you have to watch more than once. As a diehard ufologist, I couldn't turn my back on seeing this. I
understand and "get" what Greer's feelings are throughout this movie. We have a community similar to the one in movie that goes out on hillsides in
Adelaide and waits for sightings/contacts... just can never look at the world the same again. I mean, 10 dollars is nothing really these days.
I agree with you! I paid $10 and could not get the video working on my laptop. I saw a YouTube link and watched it before it was disabled. I didn't
feel guilty for piracy, as I has paid already.
Anyway, I don't agree with certain aspects of the movie. Too much focus on the being, some unfortunate use of proven hoax videos (puzzling when so
many truly unexplained ones are available), and the "UFO cult worship" stuff is a little weird for me.
But, people are missing what should be the real focus of this movie. Whistle blowers, along with collaborating evidence, indicates that we have the
technology for "free energy" available today. Meaning, if true, that our oil-based economy, and the wars and terrorism associated with it, is all a
waste and extremely unfortunate.
Do you think this is true? This should be the question everyone is asking. Is free energy technology really available and is it being suppressed?