Crop Circles: Quest for Truth (2002)
Critic Reviews for Crop Circles: Quest for Truth
Less a pure documentary than it is a fact-finding mission, with the real story waiting to be presented somewhere down the line.
Gazecki's film is so journalistically flawed and needlessly melodramatic that it will be treasured only by those who share his singular vision.
Regrettably, except for the visual power of the circles, very little of that excitement makes its way into this rather dour, deadly earnest work.
Why Crop Circles now, if not to ride the hype of M. Night Shyamalan's Signs to some quick cash? The movie's rambling, slapdash, repetitious nature suggests as much.
This documentary's subtitle of 'quest for truth' is a misnomer because its director isn't particularly interested in the truth at all.
Audience Reviews for Crop Circles: Quest for Truth
a thorough review of the facts and not pandering to skeptics like Wikipedia consistently does. This mystery is not explained. Don't be lazy and find out for yourself what the truth is.
The best documentary on the phenomena that I know of. A lot of genuine intelligent people from many different disciplines are interviewed for this documentary. The differing opinions on crop circles is really refreshing in that it shows no one has given up and "all are human hoaxes" or "it must be supernatural." The fact that so much legitimate research has been done with no resulting answer is most intriguing. A lot of great footage, but very amateurish at times - don't be scared to ask for a second take if the lighting, sound or other conditions aren't ideal (also, don't let your interviewee smoke)! Included in the DVD is a compilation of crop circles which are fun to look at - for some reason they make me happy while looking at the "symbols."
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