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Short Version: Whether you accept them or not, it’s hard to walk away unaffected by the dire warnings of Collapse.

Screen Rant’s Kofi Outlaw Reviews Collapse

Collapse is the new documentary by Chris Smith, director of the 1999 documentary American Movie.  The premise is simple: the movie is an eighty minute diatribe by Michael Ruppert, a former Lapd officer and longtime investigative journalist, who has been working for years stringing together what he believes is an imminent doomsday scenario for modern civilization.

The film consists of Smith sitting off camera, interviewing Ruppert in what looks to be a vacant warehouse, while Ruppert lays out his doomsday theory start to finish with archival news footage spliced in to evidence his claims. Along the way we learn about Ruppert himself, his personal history, belief systems etc. After painting a terrifying picture of the near future, Ruppert closes by offering us advice for navigating the coming disaster. »

- Kofi Outlaw

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