Six Days in Roswell (1999) - Rotten Tomatoes

Six Days in Roswell (1999)




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The makers of Trekkies (1997) bring you this exploration through another bizarre American subculture. The film focuses on Richard Kronfeld, a self-proclaimed UFO-ologist who has never had a girlfriend and still lives with his (very concerned) mother. He guides the film through a series of weird tableaus in the southwestern town of Roswell. Six Days in Roswell was screened at the 1999 AFI/L.A. Film Festival.
Comedy , Documentary , Special Interest
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Critic Reviews for Six Days in Roswell

All Critics (6)

Displays a genuine affection for these people on the fringes and this rather unique celebration.

Full Review… | January 5, 2009

Audience Reviews for Six Days in Roswell

This documentary made me cringe, I didn't even know if the narrator was being serious or not being he acted so weird, and claims he wanted to be abducted. The movie also feels heavily dated and old fashioned can't believe it was made in 1999. Parts of it seemed staged, so it makes me wonder if it was an actual documentary or not. Not worth watching I am sure there is much more serious documentaries out there on Roswell.

Paul Atkinson
Paul Atkinson

A mockumentary- partly scripted and partly made with actual interviews at the 50th Anniversary of the "crash" in Roswell, the film on one hand says it's exploring the "UFO Phenomena" but the overall feeling is one of ridiculing the folks in Roswell, the ones that actually believe, those that are just in it to make a buck. There are moments when it captures the pure absurdity of the human mind but overall the film misses it's "The Gods Must Be Crazy" moment as on one hand the UFO or whatever it was indeed like Coke bottle dropped in the African bush.

Bobby Diablo
Bobby Diablo

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