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Actors: Steve Bassett, Stanton Friedman, Jim Marrs, Erika Jessop, Dr. Stephen M. Greer
Director: Anthony Miles
Explore the phenomenon of fastwalkers -- a term used by NORAD to refer to unidentified flying objects that enter Earth's atmosphere from outer space -- through this provocative documentary that offers amazing UFO photos an... more »
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Excellent UFO Documentary
Glenn Speck | Mustang, Ok USA | 02/08/2010
(5 out of 5 stars)
"The well known researchers in this great documentary make a compelling case for UFO visitation of our planet. It also makes a good case revealing the 60+ year U.S. government coverup of aliens visiting and interacting with humans. I enjoyed it."
Superb documentary on the current UFO situation
P. J. Heffernan | 12/27/2009
(4 out of 5 stars)
"This one is tight and well paced. The interviews are well chosen and the overwhelming evidence is delivered by convincing military and government personnel. Very thought provoking."
Jocelyn Denise Hart | Kansas City, MO | 04/26/2010
(5 out of 5 stars)
"Incredible movie; I've watched it 3 times now in less than a month. Very informative; especially now with Stephen Hawkins stating that there are aliens out there that could be dangerous due to the fact that they want to colonize other planets."
Unicorn Insurance | Chicago, IL USA | 08/05/2010
(3 out of 5 stars)
"This one absolutely does not earn five stars. Here's why:
Its attempts to portray itself as a serious documentary left me scratching my head. While it includes interviews from well-known and respected UFO investigators, self-proclaimed abductees, and military personnel, the film is pieced together in a way that seems at best amateurish.
The reenactments are the high point of the filmmakers' additions to the documentary. But it doesn't take an expert to notice the interviews seem to be spliced together in ways that make little sense; choppy cuts from one topic to another draw the audience's attention to the inconsistent sound levels in a way that's distracting (sometimes the film's soundtrack drowns out the narration, and sometimes it stops abruptly in the middle of an interview, etc).
If your film is loaded with explosive information to which you feel the public should have access, don't just count on the interviews to tell the story. You have to organize the film in a coherent way, and your input, which should outline and organize the reasons you're creating the film, needs to be at least comprehensible to a wide range of audiences. I could barely understand the female narrator as she obviously read from cue cards or a teleprompter between sections, if they could be so called.
I believe the information from the interviews was very interesting. I'm always thrilled to hear new credible theories and information from the UFO community. However, I do NOT think that the filmmakers did the best job they could to make a clear, organized documentary. In the end, the production value detracts from our experience, and ultimately, the persuasive and fascinating information it presents.