Calling this a documentary or a movie is a very far fetched idea. It is just a long interview. The information you get from it is very interesting and as far as John Hamil goes he's done a great job, coming off as intelligent and providing accurate and good information about Freemasons, what they are about and how they relate to history.
The main reason for the low grade is Karen, the person taking the interview. She comes off as really stupid and totally out of place. She doesn't seem to have any idea or plan about what questions to ask, repeating the same questions at times which are generally dumb and uninspired. She also claims to be an artist but clearly has no cultural background whatsoever. It's as if they hired someone off the street, gave them a microphone and had them ask questions.
Also, the camera work, editing and sound are just appalling, most of it is filmed from tripod and you often see the camera shake as the operator picks it up to pan around.. really amateur in general.
Conclusion: Could have been a very nice interview, but the interviewer and camera work just stank. Worth watching for the info, just ignore everything else if you can.
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