The LEGO Movie 2: The Second Part
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The former disciples interviewed here, now mostly professionals or entrepreneurs in New Agey businesses, seem frank about their leader's excesses, but the wild subject matter cries out for a more objective treatment.
[An] artfully executed and engrossing documentary ...
Baker's transformation from "spiritual father" to megalomaniac follows a familiar path of brainwashing and hedonism ...
While the movie isn't up to much more than illustrating how far his reach extends (two of the commune members live in Yelm, Thurston County), it's a very agreeable entertainment.
Great stories don't always make for great documentaries, although it's easy to confuse the two.
Maria Demopoulos and Jodi Wille's disturbing film is an object lesson in psychological manipulation.
A fascinating journey into the depths of the psychedelic era of the early 1970's.
An entertaining and fascinating documentary about the Southern California cult that 'transformed sex, drugs and rock and roll into a genuine religious formation.'
Thanks to a wealth of actual Family footage...and the availability of willing interviewees, the portrait that is painted is deep, is a little incomplete.
Even bizarre ramblings deserve recognition when, for whatever reason, they united people looking for something no one else was selling.
Maria Demopoulos and Jodi Wille's evocative documentary The Source Family takes us inside the ultimate California commune, from the early days of bliss to the cult-like twists and ultimate dissolution of the dream.
The research and elucidating synthesis on display effectively illuminate the pernicious aura of a lifestyle pursued by the yearning, lost souls of the time.
There's something insanely engrossing about seeing real footage of cults. Stemming from the suburban paranoia of the fifties, cults have always been seen as the black hole from which engaged, bright teenagers disappear forever. Legions of drug addicted, listless, pothead young people, flocked to the arms of the omnipotent Father Yod, leader of the Source Family; who are the subjects of this documentary.
Read more at http://www.bluefairyblog.com/reviews/2015/4/18/the-source-family
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