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UFO: The Greatest Story Ever Denied II - Moon Rising (2009)

Did we land on the Moon? The answer is without a doubt, yes! This film is about what was waiting for us when we got there and the lies put into motion in order to conceal what was found.

Director:

Jose Escamilla

Writers:

Jose Escamilla (creator), Jose Escamilla
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Credited cast:
Steffan Anten Steffan Anten ... Self
Mike Bara ... Self
Ross Dedrickson Ross Dedrickson ... Special Appearance (as Colonel Ross Dedrickson)
Jose Escamilla Jose Escamilla ... Self
Carlos Figueroa Carlos Figueroa ... Narrator
Donna Hare ... Special Appearance
Jack Harris Jack Harris ... Additional Narrative
Cary Martynuik Cary Martynuik ... Self
John Maynard John Maynard ... Special Appearance
Carol Rosin ... Special Appearance (as Dr. Carol Rosin)
Daniel Salter Daniel Salter ... Special Appearance
Clifford E. Stone ... Special Appearance
Saskia Kraft van Ermel Saskia Kraft van Ermel ... Special Appearance
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Did we land on the Moon? The answer is without a doubt, yes! This film is about what was waiting for us when we got there and the lies put into motion in order to conceal what was found.

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Documentary

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PG
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Troubling & Frustrating
21 January 2019 | by AudioFileZSee all my reviews

I'll start with the troubling. Why are photos released to the public often obfuscated? Why are the highest resolutions that were actually taken not for public consumption? More simple, why are horizons almost always without stars? This film brings up these quite real and troubling aspects of how NASA presents moon photos to the masses. Maybe not as troubling, yet quite curious, is why the number 7 and the vector symbology used in all official mission graphic patches and even logos? If these only appeared a time or two it wouldn't be of much question, but they are rampant and constant so there must be a very concrete reason(s)? These things are well revealed in this documentary. Now, what's frustrating, meaning questionable, is the conjecture of actual objects claimed to be both seen and, more often, blurred. The way these are revealed by various methods are never as convincing as the documentary purports. Neither is the colorization of moon photos or the talking heads that assert their authority to explain the claims. Bottom line is most of what is claimed is as blurry as some of the alleged blurred structures and objects. As such, personally, I can't really believe I'm being enlightened to concrete evidence of these things. I think I have a quite open mind to the possibility of extraterrestrial life and I come away no more convinced of such after watching. I feel generous giving this a five-star rating and do so because it is my feeling the producer made an effort to question the status quo with the best effort he could muster


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Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

22 January 2009 (USA) See more »

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Budget:

$280,000 (estimated)
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