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Not worth the 3 years wait for this documentary! It could have been a LOT better, the 2-star rating was for Al & Preston, certainly NOT for Stewart Swerdlow. As after doing a bit of research on him, it's more likely than not that he's a conman/dis-informer/mind control slave PROGRAMMER!Google - "Stewart Swerdlow Scam" or "Stewart Swerdlow Conman"I've researched The Montauk Project a lot, I've watched possibly each YouTube video similar to the subject, I've listened to all Michael Houtzager's audio interviews with Al Bielek, Preston Nichols, Duncan Cameron, Stewart Swerdlow & Larry James, & I've read all of Peter Moon's & Preston's books, & Stewart Swerdlow's too... This documentary doesn't go deep enough into the rabbit hole, & I imagine for a first timer it would be hard to grasp the full picture. As they could have gone into more features about the project & the events, for example... The Nazi's, & the Nazi gold connection is never totally explained & mentioned, Duncan Cameron is only discussed very briefly, the monster released at the end of the Montauk Project is only touched upon, & the pictures of it are never shown! Al & Duncan going to Mars & time travel is only mentioned VERY briefly too...!?!?! The connection to The Philadelphia Project is never mentioned either... There is so much missed out; it really can't be taken seriously for anyone researching the subject!!!The film part was grossly exaggerated too, there's an alien scene, whereby a "grey alien" has fangs with saliva dribbling down from them as if it's a vampire or something... I mean com'on...!?!? It's just insulting people's intelligence, & disgracing Al & Preston's accounts.Sounds petty, but it's attention to detail, as this is a massively necessary & horrifying storyline that needs to be taken seriously, & retold as accurately as possible for the survivor's sake, & the unfortunate folks who didn't create it. Especially when the film took so long to make...........In short, it was a large disappointment; it should have been done a LOT better, & does no credit whatsoever to the original story... It's nothing but a flashy attempt at a documentary trying to victory an award, & create a several dollars off the back of Al & Preston's storyline at the same time... Don't waste your life... Save your money! Or purchase beer instead........
Wow. I managed to sit through an hour and a half of this, but it felt like 6 hours. It started out well enough, and I even thought it was very professional (early on). But then we receive to these unlimited re-enactments that go on and on, accompanied by classical melody (likely because it is gratis and in the public domain)... and the visuals were really headache-inducing at times. Three clearly insane guys are interviewed throughout---a really old guy, a really fat old guy and a guy with a beard and an earring. The guy with the beard and earring is probably the absolute nuttiest of the 3. This guy has been abducted and abused by aliens and then abducted and abused by the government. I stopped watching with half an hour to go, but it seems likely he was further abducted and abused by some another group too. He did share one bit of helpful database (and this might be a spoiler): You know those gray aliens? No? Of course not, because you are probably sane, but the gray ones are gray and have really large eyes, terrible teeth and drool-- according to the re-enactment--- Well those aren't even really aliens, they're just regular old human fetuses that are being mind controlled. So, you know, that's helpful to know. I suspect he is truly delusional and not fully lying, although on some lvl I think he knows none of this nonsense really happened. It does sound like he may have been abused as a kid though. But not by aliens. Or big-eyed human fetuses. I should go on and on (and on). I play weird conspiracy theory stuff, and if this had been condensed to 90 mins with a quickened pace, it might have been OK. But this thing drags like you wouldn't believe. Seek out a 45 minute TV present that explores this instead. Or just pick a various utterly ridiculous conspiracy theory to look into, as this one is wackier than most. (But I really do hope that bearded guy gets on some medication or finds himself a nice therapist. He seems legitimately depressed and deluded. The two old guys just seem like they figure "hey, I'm old and I'm just gonna tell whatever crazy nonsense pops into my head for whoever will listen")
I stumbled upon this movie, saw a decent rating and saw it, not because I'm a conspiracy-freak, but because it seemed quite interesting, as any thriller should be, but this was a documentary.I was very skeptic when reading about the contents though, and I became more and more so the further I watched.Without spoiling anything here, I felt this to be very biased. I have no doubt that despicable experiments has and are being made on humans BY humans, it's not difficult to see what drug abuse/mental disease can effect in, and that drugs and torture can fully destroy a person, for sure. A modern example is told to be the so named "MK-Ultra program" run by CIA in the 60-70's, told to have experimented with mind control, involving torture by sleep deprivation, drugs, electricity and occultism, and the US government has even made public apologies (Bill Clinton in the 90's) for things done to it's citizens in these fields, sadly leaving many scarred remnants of human beings left to fend for themselves.But this is far from proof of aliens from another galaxies. A relevant example is how schizophrenia works (and sleep paralysis), when the brain basically cannot separate a dream-state from being awake, and thus producing photos for a person that is basically like watching one film at the same time and viewfield as another, blending sounds and visions so that the person cannot decide what is what. The Nazis in Germany started many of these kinds of horrible experiments during their rule, which then was continued in the US, Soviet Union and DDR. What has been shown though is basically that it is far more effective and reliable to test mass-psychosis, like Hitler did (successfully with HitlerJugend and SS)and like we see today when governments or media can whip up horrendous behavior in humans. It is simply not effective to break down a human being to a mental wreck with drugs and torture, expecting effective effects as a field agent, for example. It is far more effective to test lures such as money, power and a feeling of being part of an necessary nationalistic/idealistic cause than to create folks sick.I'm not telling all these folks interviewed are liars and making this up, just that very scary things can be produced by various means to create folks 100% sure that things is physically true and has occurred.A very unnerving and scary technique are those involving "repressed memories". Late scientific proof has been made showing that people, under certain circumstances, can be convinced that they have been experiencing and being guilty of deeds that is simply planted by psychiatric personnel, often with "help" by medication. It has therefore, as an example, quite recently been deemed not reliable at all as proof by the justice systems in many countries.It is also documented that few US presidents (from the 80's and forwards) and high government officials, has employed so named "psychics" and "paranormal mediums" as necessary parts of their decision making during huge conflicts, which is seriously worrying, if anything!So this is sadly, in my opinion, meal for conspiracy fanatics, and not at all to be considered objective material. But, knowing this, it should well enough be entertaining for some...
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