Going Clear: Scientology and the Prison of Belief
In this exciting work and documentaries, director Alex Gibbney gives a realistic look at former members of the Church of Scientology, giving us an in-depth look at the inner workings of the Church of Scientology. Here, Alex will reveal about the abuses and practices in the controversial organization, which may be subject to fierce debate.
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March 27, 2017 Amongst a field of analysis which examines Scientology as a cabal of rich wackos gone wild on the taxpayer's dime, Going Clear thrives.Read in Source
April 25, 2016 An indispensable general history of the enduringly controversial church.Read in Source
Globe and Mail
May 08, 2015 Gibney ... has a gift for showing the workings of complex social systems, and he lays things out clearly and in a well-aced fashion ...Read in Source
Los Angeles Times
April 02, 2015 There is order and selection, of course - to say that this is storytelling is not to impugn its parts - but much of what he has to show you is remarkable in or out of this context.Read in Source
Wall Street Journal
April 03, 2015 Whether you come away seeing Scientology as a cult that ensnares vulnerable people or as a faith of self-empowerment, the film leaves a terrible taste of too much information. This must be its point, but take heed just the same.Read in Source
Antagony & Ecstasy
July 10, 2016 It's a grand history lesson, and an impressively vigorous op-ed; but is it cinema? Reader, I do not wish to say that it is.Read in Source
May 07, 2015 You couldn't call Going Clear: Scientology and the Prison of Belief entertaining, exactly, but it is absolutely riveting.Read in Source
Globe and Mail
September 04, 2015 It's not a sense of outrage that viewers are left with. It's sadness.Read in Source
April 06, 2015 While he doesn't really uncover much that's new in "Going Clear," the way he's collected and assembled testimonials, documents and archival footage creates a cumulative effect that's chilling.Read in Source
May 30, 2016 Gibney boils it down with skill, his cutting, construction, graphics, and score smoothly and seductively encapsulating Scientology's appeal.Read in Source
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