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The Truth Is Out There (2011)

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Dean Haglund is an actor, an improv comic, an artist and an inventor. Best known by millions of fans the world over for playing one of the computer-hacking Lone Gunmen on 'The X-Files' and ... See full summary »

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Phil Leirness
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Credited cast:
Dean Haglund ... Himself
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Jeff Amaral Jeff Amaral ... Himself
Mark Bennett Mark Bennett ... Himself
Doug Bilitch Doug Bilitch ... Himself
Tom Braidwood ... Himself
Bruno Bruhwiler Bruno Bruhwiler ... Himself
Gemma Bulos Gemma Bulos ... Herself
Claudia Christian ... Herself
Cynthia Crawford Cynthia Crawford ... Herself
Roman Danylo ... Himself
Peter Davenport Peter Davenport ... Himself
Robert Dean Robert Dean ... Himself
Richard M. Dolan ... Himself (as Richard Dolan)
Chris Fleming Chris Fleming ... Himself
Mark Granger Mark Granger ... Himself
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Dean Haglund is an actor, an improv comic, an artist and an inventor. Best known by millions of fans the world over for playing one of the computer-hacking Lone Gunmen on 'The X-Files' and their own spin-off series, Dean has become closely identified with the realm of the paranormal and the world of conspiracy. He has even found himself at the center of a conspiracy theory surrounding the events of 9/11. THE TRUTH IS OUT THERE follows Dean Haglund as he travels the globe hoping to discover just what it means to search for the truth in a world where conspiracy, or conspiracy theories, are everywhere. Written by Anonymous

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English

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21 May 2011 (USA) See more »

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Rational Exuberance See more »
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Loved it, but I am biased
27 May 2011 | by stephenjturnerSee all my reviews

Full disclosure: I know the director and count him as a good friend. I am not what you'd call a movie buff, and don't sit around thinking deep thoughts about character development or lighting. I gave it a nine because tens don't exist.

I went to the premier of this film in San Jose (perhaps Cupertino...but that only matters if you know where Cupertino is, and the people in Cupertino don't even know). I will tell all of you what I told Phil Lierness: I didn't stop thinking about the film for at least 24 hrs after seeing it. It was very thought provoking, challenging and it did indeed surprise me. My reaction to the people was wholly unexpected...much more accepting and a lot less dismissive than I thought. A good night, watching both the film and the subsequent podcast with Dean and Phil (who have an amazing rapport), and some lessons well learned.

And that's all I got to say about that.


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