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UFO's, Aliens, Men in Black, Government conspiracies and agendas. Like many people, Tom Keating thought that those things were the product of delusional minds and crackpots and was a skeptic himself until he met Spencer, a real Man in Black who was an elite insider who reveals on his death bed the horrifying truth to the Alien Agenda. After Spencer passes on, Tom is compelled to reveal to the world a dire warning to mankind of the pending danger from an elite organization that rules every aspect of Human Activity.
A sort of 'found footage' style film - although it presents itself as a re-enactment of actual events instead of being found footage, it is all still filmed through a hand held camera. The acting actually isn't so bad but it's just really slow for the most part as we are largely just watching someone tell a story about what is going on in their life with regard to the conspiracy he is trying to expose rather than watching the events unfold ourselves. Saved from a 1 star by the final 30 minutes which manages to bring some mystery and tension to it but it's too little and too late and the twist at the end was seen coming halfway through.
Also, don't be fooled by the poster - it has no bearing on the film at all!
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