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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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Credited cast:
Dean Haglund ... Self
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Jeff Amaral Jeff Amaral ... Self
Mark Bennett Mark Bennett ... Self
Doug Bilitch Doug Bilitch ... Self
Tom Braidwood ... Self
Bruno Bruhwiler Bruno Bruhwiler ... Self
Gemma Bulos ... Self
Claudia Christian ... Self
Cynthia Crawford Cynthia Crawford ... Self
Roman Danylo ... Self
Peter Davenport Peter Davenport ... Self
Robert Dean Robert Dean ... Self
Richard Dolan ... Self
Chris Fleming Chris Fleming ... Self
Mark Granger Mark Granger ... Self


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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The Truth Is Out There
Written by Jon Lawlor and Clint Herring
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Worth Your Time !
26 May 2011 | by Jacki-SSee all my reviews

I am not a typical conspiracy theorist and while they go through my head, I try not to focus on them. Going to see this film was big for me because I was conflicted at what I want to know versus not wanting to know. While watching the film, I was not always sure where it was going. Some ideas were out there and comical and others re-iterated ones I have heard before. What was the surprise was the way the director weaved the film and its stories together in such a way that by the end, I was feeling different than I thought I would. There is a message from several different theorists that leave you with a feeling of hope. This was not the film I thought it would be and as the director states in his podcast that I stayed afterwords to watch, the film took on a path of it's own and I believe that is why it was a success to finish the way the director allowed it. You will laugh out loud at parts, turn your head sideways at other parts and think when you really need to about reality. It is my strong recommendation that you listen to the podcast (I get it from itunes- chillpak Hollywood hour, but I know there are other sources) from after the US Premier on May 21st, 2011. The star and director share their thoughts on the film and people in them. They are articulate and thought provoking with their comments and added a lot of respect to the film for me. The director ends the podcast on one of the best and touching notes that I have heard in a while, but don't listen to the podcast until you see this film.

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