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What Do You Believe?
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Film about conspiracy theorists, not by conspiracy theorists See more (12 total) »

Cast

  (in credits order)
Alex Jones ... Himself
Luke Rudowski ... Himself
Jack McLamb ... Himself
Jim Tucker ... Himself
rest of cast listed alphabetically:

Joe Biden ... Himself (archive footage)
Zbigniew Brzezinski ... Himself (archive footage)

George W. Bush ... Himself (archive footage)

Bill Clinton ... Himself
Paul Dorneanu ... Himself
Jan Dotson ... Herself
Marty Dotson ... Himself
Aaron Dykes ... Himself
Mike Edgarton ... Himself
Seth Jackson ... Himself
Rob Jacobson ... Himself

Timuçin Leflef ... Himself
Jim Marrs ... Himself

John McCain ... Himself (archive footage)

Geraldo Rivera ... Himself

Directed by
Luke Meyer 
Andrew Neel 
 
Writing credits
(in alphabetical order)
Luke Meyer 
Andrew Neel 

Produced by
Tom Davis .... producer
Debbie Demontreux .... executive producer: IFC
Julie Goldman .... executive producer: Cactus Three
Krysanne Katsoolis .... executive producer: Cactus Three
Christine Lubrano .... executive producer: IFC
Evan Shapiro .... executive producer: IFC
Caroline Stevens .... executive producer: Cactus Three
 
Original Music by
Jonn Ollsin 
Jonah Rapino 
 
Cinematography by
Luke Meyer 
Andrew Neel 
 
Film Editing by
Nathan S. Caswell 
 
Sound Department
Eben Baume .... additional location sound
Tom Davis .... additional location sound
Anthony Erice .... sound mixer
Mike Guarino .... sound recordist
Justin Hennard .... sound recordist
Raphael Laski .... sound recordist
Andrew Melnyk .... sound recordist
Tom Paul .... sound supervisor
Chris Ward .... additional location sound
 
Camera and Electrical Department
Shawn Crawford .... assistant camera
Ethan Palmer .... additional camera operator
Gus Sacks .... assistant camera
 
Editorial Department
Nathan S. Caswell .... colorist
Renza Fasilla .... on-line conformer
Marion Mauran .... post-production intern
 
Other crew
Chris Behn .... intern
Marcello Benedetto .... legal consultant: SeeThink Films
Stephen Cavaliero .... intern
Trevor Clifford .... intern
John Leo Costello .... intern
Max Douglas .... intern
Brooks Jones .... production assistant
Nancy Kwon .... production assistant
Will Lockwood .... production assistant
Marion Mauron .... intern
Dave Melroy .... intern
Anna Meyer .... production assistant
Jack Reed .... intern
Brett Warner .... intern
Brian Zazueta .... production assistant
Joe Zorrilla .... production assistant
 
Thanks
Eben Bull .... special thanks
Dan Davis .... special thanks
 

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22 out of 27 people found the following review useful.
Film about conspiracy theorists, not by conspiracy theorists, 30 October 2009
Author: johnbrophy81 from Canada

I've been reading the board for this documentary, and I really think a lot of people have it wrong.

To me, this is a great documentary. People who are trying to argue one side or the other of the conspiracy theory, using this film as justification, are just plain looking at it the wrong way. This is about people. It's not meant to enlighten the viewer on the details of any of these theories. In fact, one thing I noticed quite a bit was how details of the actual beliefs of these people are mostly left out. Of course we hear them yell at protests, and talk about their beliefs, but this is more about understanding the person.

We get the stories of several different people: how they started with their current beliefs, how it's changed their lives, how their daily lives are occupied with this stuff. In the end, it all ties together.

At the end of it all, I personally see this as a film showing us how these are all real people who, while possibly misguided, are not genuinely crazy (the exception possibly being Jones, even though you end up feeling bad for him in a way). These are just people who ended up on the path they're on for one reason or another, like we all do.

I think that anyone who can watch this objectively will enjoy it. Don't let yourself get caught up in whether or not 9/11 was a conspiracy or how evil the Bildergerg Group is. This is a study of people... of a very particular culture of people, but people nonetheless.

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