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First of all, I could watch this over and over. There is so much information that you cannot fully comprehend after viewing once. I have seen this DOC several times and each time I retain more and more information. Like otther reviews before me this DOC at the very least humbles you and leaves you with you jaw wide open. Personally, I am a huge Alec Baldwin fan and his voice is perfect, not only for this DOC, but just in general. Him Narratting is what initially sucked me in and kept me from changing the channel. On a personal note I am a believer of GOD and believer that he created all of what we see on in this DOC. Many people will argue that this DOC raises questions about a single creator but for me this helps to confirm it. It makes me realize that all of what was created had to be created for a reason. Everything happened too perfectly for this just to be some random coincidence with no purpose. Of course this is my opinion and we are all free to have our own. Jordan from KY,USA.
P.S. Alec Baldwin is the man.
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