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It’s clear that the priests and sufferers truly believe an exorcism is the only treatment. But, their behavior is ridiculous and it’s almost comical the way these people and their families act. Everyone seems to want the exorcists attention using histrionics to get it. The documentary itself simply records what’s happening, allowing viewers to make their own decisions. I decided to remain atheist, chuckling at the ridiculousness of it all.