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Orientation: A Scientology Information Film (1996)

An introduction and overview to Scientology.
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Norman Starkey ...
Himself (Hubbard Estate Trustee)
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An introduction and overview to Scientology.

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See it today and discover a new future See more »

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Documentary | Short

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13 March 1996 (USA)  »

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None of the cast, crew, or participants are credited or identified by name except for L. Ron Hubbard, Norman Starkey, and the production company, Golden Era. See more »

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Kirstie Alley: [identified only as "Actress"] To tell you the honest-to-god truth, without Scientology, I would be dead. So, I can personally, highly recommend it.
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"Persons appearing in this video are thanked for their contribution which was solely in the form of acting and not as technical nor editorial assistance." (No one is credited or identified by name except for L. Ron Hubbard, Norman Starkey, and the production company.) See more »

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References Waterworld (1995) See more »

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Excellent Overview Of This Subject
22 December 2008 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

All negative comments from disgruntled ex-members aside, I thought the movie quite well-made.

What's especially interesting is that they go over Hubbard's fiction works. He wrote much more than science fiction, which was a small fraction of his writing output in the 1940s.

Also interesting were the interviews with real people. Yeah, there was Travolta and Alley. However, there was also a stunt double, a homemaker, a businessman and other real people telling what they got out of the subject.

Of course church members will ask to talk to you. Why not? People are really looking for answers. If you want them, then listen. It even says at the end of the film that you don't have to check it out. But you should.

Thanks.


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