Soon after the online release of the film, director Brett Hanover posted on his website that "due to copyright issues, I ask that this film be withdrawn from circulation... Do not contact me concerning this film, I am no longer supporting it". See more »
When the woman questioning her faith in Scientology is reading the numbered list of cleaning guidelines on the storage closet, you can see that there is a number jump from 6 to 8, skipping 7. Considering the cleanliness and organization of the group (as is presented in this film), an error like that would unlikely go unnoticed. See more »
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I saw the title of this film and wondered whether it was about Scientology , similar to the "South Park" episode it draws from, or from Scientology like "Battlefield Earth". But, having enjoyed the former of the aforementioned, I decided to give it a look. The film does a nice job of inter-mingling a narrative story with an informative look at Scientology. The acting is pretty good for the most part. The dialog in the film is written in a way that makes it seem like a documentary at times. The production quality is mid-range. The film is in black and white for the most part with a bit of color added to emphasize story elements. I found that it was successful for the most part in this approach. After watching this film, I am interested in knowing more about the story of it's making. Some of the situations in the film seem to be based on actual events. Overall, I would recommend this film to anyone who may have seen and enjoyed the South Park Scientology episode, but wants to see a bit more serious look at the subject matter.
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