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A series featuring stories from former members of the Church of Scientology whose lives have been affected by the Church's harmful practices. Along with a team of former high-ranking Scientology insiders who understand the inner workings and policies of the organization, Leah gives the victims a chance to be heard.

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Behind the veil of The Church of Scientology
1 December 2016 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

An eye-opening look at the ever elusive and widely unknown, questionable and abusive practices of The Church of Scientology, by those who survived it.

Leah Remini (best known for the role of Carrie Heffernan in the long running U.S. t.v. series, "The King of Queens"), who is a known celebrity and one that essentially grew up throughout her entire life within the folds of this "church" (and made her separation from it very public in 2013), is our guide on the trepidatious path that lays between joining and leaving this well known religious organization, which has been described by some as a cult.

After my own brief secondhand experience with this consortium (a loved one nearly fell into the permanent clutches of these divisive tacticians after they utilized a technique which preyed on her personal childhood trauma) and its manipulative methods to draw people "in," I believe that anyone can see, through this documentary, how and why it could be so difficult for those within this sect to escape it.

Personal testimonies from Remini and numerous other former C.O.S. members (which includes Mike Rinder, spokesperson for The Church of Scientology for over 20 years and member for over 40) give us an unprecedented view from behind the sanctimonious curtain which this religion attempts to conceal itself, its' injustices and abuses, within.

One will hopefully gain an understanding that many of these inherently "good" minded people can not be entirely faulted for their naive "goose-stepping" to a drum beat that carries/carried the promises of being a part of a greater and "better" picture, as they were and are regularly recruited in their most impressionable years.

Perhaps many who view this will also come to understand that that proverbial "drum beat" is also not limited to the Church of Scientology, but to virtually any and every authoritarian construct within the realms of our modern day society which portrays itself as 'a place to make the good-hearted better than they could be, on their own' yet vilifies those who criticize, or examine it too closely.

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