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I really don't know how this film could be classified as a documentary because it really is a cross between a home movie and reality TV with unfortunately the worst of both genres brought forth. The plot is really non-existent and jumped from scene to scene without any semblance of continuity. The only thing I can fathom about this movie is that it glibly tried to answer the question, "Are UFOs and aliens real"? However, I don't believe Mr. Mora really attempted to answer that question. One scene shows the actual removal of an alien implant, then never answers what it was that was implanted. I have never seen any UFO film that documents these implants to be anything more than innocuous earthly glass or metal splinters, but still it would have been nice to know what this one was. The scenes about Hitler and Churchill are conflicting, yet these scenes actually held my interest and thus my rating of 2 instead of 1. In the end, I think Mr. Mora is trying to say UFOs, aliens, and alien abductions are all rubbish, unless (like the film "Contact" shows) it happens to you. Take my advice and save your money on this one.
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