It started rather typically (I don’t know how else you would) but as the show moved along it became apparent it wasn’t by any means, typical. The interviews were candid and not over lay by tacky reenactments and skeptical overlays. In fact there were no skeptics at all. It cried out, “this is real”, whatever it is there is substance to it and it greatly affects people lives.
Without a doubt everyone that thinks I’m crazy or delusional never has or will ever take the time, even a little to look into the piles of evidence and data supporting these people’s claims. They never do and yet they pass judgment.
This film speaks of this and Malinda Leslie really drove it home. All these years later she really has learned to articulate and express this experience and it’s reality to people that just might listen. Please listen. Don’t recoil at the sound of “Alien Abduction”.
You can come out of the closet for just about anything. Our society-culture will forgive you, understand and praise you for your strength. But if you try to speak honestly about this subject they look at you harshly and back away.
Some of the music at the beginning was a bit hard for me but later on it just became an ambience and worked well and was subtle.
Yvonne Smith was great and so was Richard Dolan. In fact you were all good and brave for coming forward.
I loved the ending and the end credits with the candid off camera laughs and smiles from the interviewees. It showed that they are real people. I loved Richard Dolan looking directly at camera and talking to us directly. Most big media groups would have cut that out, the way he just stops in mid interview and asks if he can talk directly to us, candid, very candid.
This show was made for experiencers by experiencers and this has never been done before that I know of.
I liked the comment about the noise. And how if one sifts through it you’ll find the frequency. Fantastic! This film addresses well the charlatans that so much attract the eye of the media and the public causing great harm to people that actually have this experience. And the film calls it; “they do so to make money.” And this is typical at the conventions where a legitimate experiencer has maybe 10 people in their workshop while the guy that went to Venus, or has the popular show on History Channel has their room filled to capacity. It’s all about money, entertainment and never the truth. Truth never sells.
A&E tried with “Alien Intent”. The first cut was excellent and Whitley and I were very happy. Then the powers got hold of it and cut it down to a 30 minute show and removed all the fat and added over the top drama, loud music stings, skeptics which ruined it and disappointed everyone involved. Same with the NBC Confirmation 2 hours special I also worked on. We were deceived.
But The Seeding gave this subject the respect it deserves and I appreciate and respect the filmmakers for doing so.
The way the camera stayed on the subjects during their emotional moments, their candor, and hearing the raw un-microphone interviewer in the BKG was very nice touch that made the whole thing more personable.
We are not trying to indoctrinate anyone or make them part of a cult or religion, we are just asking they look a little closer to see and understand that whatever this is it’s there, its shared, and it’s real. That’s all. This film makes this clear. There is no deception from us. The deception has always been from our government and the media. Not just with this subject but with all subjects and they are currently doing it more than ever.
I want to thank Lori Wagner and the filmmakers the chance to see this film before it was released publicly.
It’s my hope that this will inspire others in media to take a close and harder look at this experience. To dare to tell the truth the way “Extraordinary: The Seeding” has done.