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It seems to be a minority of viewers who can see that this movie was made with the intention of basically mocking some of the more ridiculously-hardcore conspiracy theorists. The title is misleading, as before watching the movie you expect it to have been made by conspiracy theorists in support of their theories. After viewing it, while many maintain that impression, some do realize that this movie isn't meant to prove or disprove anything. It's just meant to expose a sect of fanaticism, like Religulous, Jesus Camp, and Trekkies did, albeit in tongue-in-cheek fashion.
The film makers clearly meant to remain somewhat ambiguous about their intentions. They may even have meant to deliberately mislead many viewers, a kind of "conspiracy" against those of substandard intelligence. This movie mocks them without letting them know they're being mocked.
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