- May 30, 2010
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- Lydon Park
Glad to be of help. It is like The Imposter judging by the amount of times you'll go "What the...?" during it.Thanks ^.
I'd downloaded an empty file a few weeks ago and dumped it. Going to have a look now. Thanks for the rec. I thought it looked tasty but probably wouldn't have tried again to find it without your rec, GNC. It looks like something akin to The Imposter from about 5 years ago.
It's appalling, and more appalling that they've managed to cover their arses so we still don't know what they were up to until about 50 years from now. By which time everyone involved will be dead.Well it was pretty startling. Did you immediately go MK Ultra too? I don't wanna spoil for the viewers, so I'll just say I thought what was most incredible was the thought that the organisation, given the background and history of their own people, could possibly have even considered meddling in eugenics. Awesome folly.
Same here. Last week. Synchroooooo.I recently re-watched the 1989 Communion film
https://www.imdb.com/title/tt9103326/THE SEER AND THE UNSEEN is a magically real fable about invisible elves, financial collapse and the surprising power of belief, told through the story of an Icelandic woman - a real life Lorax who speaks on behalf of nature under threat. Through her heroic story, SEER explores the surprising power of belief, the profound meaning of home; and, the invisible forces - be they elves or the market - that shape our visible worlds and transform our natural landscapes.
https://variety.com/2019/film/revie...qekw_qtZFbaunq52n53uDeDpSD5KLggzNVG1ndNDI3yv8Hot Docs Film Review: ‘The Seer and the Unseen’
Sara Dosa's elegant documentary finds unexpected environmental and economic dimensions to its offbeat subject, an Icelandic elf whisperer.
By Guy Lodge
The words “away with the fairies” tend to be used pejoratively, though if you applied it to Ragnhildur “Ragga” Jónsdóttir, she’d calmly and cheerfully accept at least part of the phrase. It’s the “away” bit to which she’d object: In Jónsdóttir’s view, she’s very much present with the elves, trolls and sprites who make up Iceland’s apparently vast population of folkloric huldufólk (hidden people), and acts as a vital intermediary between these creatures and her human cohorts who neither see nor believe in them. As the heroine of Sara Dosa’s sprightly, surprising character portrait “The Seer and the Unseen,” this alleged elf whisperer makes for a highly unusual documentary subject and storyteller, at once wholly, earnestly truthful and questionable in her convictions.
His doctors probably told him he only had a year, but he's probably been careful.Remember The Amazing Johnathan? That devil may care comedy magician? Once seen, never forgotten, because he was hilarious. But what's not so hilarious is this new documentary about him:
Which was filmed as he was dying. Or it was supposed to be. He had a year to live. Three years ago. So, to put it bluntly, the doc asks why is he still alive?