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Crop Circles: Quest for Truth (2002)

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Signs indicate that some form of non-human intelligence is communication with us ... What's the message? Academy Award nominated documentary filmmaker William Gazecki offers a compelling ... See full summary »

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Karen Alexander ...
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Signs indicate that some form of non-human intelligence is communication with us ... What's the message? Academy Award nominated documentary filmmaker William Gazecki offers a compelling and provocative look at the mysterious phenomenon of Crop Circles. Written by Anonymous

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Worth the money
23 September 2002 | by (Bay Area) – See all my reviews

Was hesitant to see this film. It got a "C" rating in the local paper. Was very glad I went. The professional review I read was by a person that I think was ASSIGNED to review it. Obviously, he had no enthusiasm for the film.

I think this type of review is very unfair to the general public.

This was a documentary. I thought it was very well done. The director interviewed on camera, a wide variety of experts in this field. It became rapidly obvious, that these people were very serious & most of them added a lot to the documentary. A good deal of them had impressive credentials.

The documentary covered almost 20 years of crop circles. This amounts to maybe thousands of circles.

For me, the story just kept on getting more & more interesting. Quite a few times, I uttered amazement out loud. I couldn't help myself.

The director's film convinced me, that most (if not all) circles are NOT man-made. The circles he displayed became more & more intricate with each passing year. The circle near the end of the film should convince most that at least this particular one was not man-made.

While his film didn't interview any human crop circle makers, he did show why most COULDN'T be man-made.


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