The documented true life story on the only proved UFO contactee showing much of his amazing photographic, film, video, sound and metal evidence, as well as his amazing prophecies and testimony from other witnesses and experts.
In 1944, an Allied spy must find and execute a Berlin scientist who discovered the way to build an atomic bomb. Things get complicated when memories of love and quantum mechanics get intertwined in the chase.
Handguns figure in the intertwining lives of nine people. Warren shoots his wife Helen's lover and his defense is that he thought he was shooting an intruder. She leaves him; the lawyer ... See full summary »
Steven Lidz, unhappy with his home life since his mother got sick, goes and lives with his two crazy Uncles. There he changes and gets closer to his Uncles, but his parents want him home ... See full summary »
Jane, a young French woman, pregnant and unmarried, takes a room in a seedy London boarding house, which is inhabited by an assortment of misfits. She considers getting an abortion, but is ... See full summary »
After a bank robbery, runaway Scottish outlaw Arch Deans and his young half breed Kiowa partner Billy Two Hats develop a father-son relationship but Sheriff Henry Gifford is determined to capture or kill them.
The highlights of a 12-hour interview with Aaron Payne, alias Jason Holliday, a former houseboy, would-be cabaret performer, and self-proclaimed hustler who, while drinking and smoking ... See full summary »
Long a dream, the quest for immortality has shifted from the metaphysical to the technical and the scientific. With cryonics technology improving, human cloning, mind uploading and digital ... See full summary »
The film explores the life of Billy Meier, 71 year-old Swiss UFO contactee as told by Meier, family members, other witnesses and various experts. The road trip element of the film follows U.S. representative for the Meier case, Michael Horn, as he prepares to present information on the case at a Nevada UFO event. Also included are a retired UN diplomat, who witnessed the UFOs; a therapist, who discusses possible delusional disorders among UFO enthusiasts; and an expert consultant to the U.S. Army Special Forces who analyzes both Meier and the UN diplomat for truthfulness. Written by
I originally bought Contact from the Pleides and was fascinated by the images. But over the years I find the evidence to be grossly lacking and thought this film, touted as a documentary, might shed some light on the whole Billy Meier incident. Instead what I saw and heard were simple allegations of contact and interaction with extraterrestrials. The 'evidence' provided here is at best questionable and grossly lacking in detail.
There were so many opportunities for Meier to demonstrate the reality behind his claims. Instead what the viewer gets is disjointed claims supported by flimsy images. For example, when he holds the 'beam weapon' why didn't he show how it works? Instead we wanders around waving this device and then cuts to images of holes in treed that are claimed to have been made by the weapon. Opportunity squandered and therefore I feel this is more likely a hoax that continues to be unsubstantiated.
If you watch this file like you would Blair With project, instead of as a documentary, then you might enjoy it. But if you hope to see anything that is credible, keep moving.
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