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Exorcists: The True Story (2004)

This documentary explores the 1949 possession and subsequent exorcism of a boy known as Ronald Doe.

Director:

Christopher Rowley

Writer:

Mike Sheehan
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Cast

Credited cast:
William Peter Blatty ... Himself
Norman McIsaac Norman McIsaac ... The Psychiatrist
Perry Mucci ... Young Fr. Halloran
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This documentary explores the 1949 possession and subsequent exorcism of a boy known as Ronald Doe.

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Country:

Canada

Language:

English

Release Date:

August 2004 (USA) See more »

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Cream Productions See more »
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Sound Mix:

Stereo | Stereo (Western Electric Sound System)

Color:

Color
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A really great documentary
9 September 2005 | by KaigoiSee all my reviews

Pobbably the most interesting acting of any reenactment ever. Its great! I love the cinematic elements that are never seen in documentary acting. When the priest discovers that he has to become an exorcist especially. He puts a cigarette in his mouth, Stands up, In silhouette to the light in the window, And the narrator explains that the priest is out of options unless he wants to lose a battle with the devil. Totally awesome! Not only that, But the actually reporting aspects are also good. I felt a great sense of mystery as they showed the story of this boy from both angles. I completely recommend it, Though it might be hard to track down. I still loved it. This is no average documentary.


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