I've always wondered about Scientology, and its unique approach to "spirituality." I remember clearly the Dianetics commercials of the 80s with the Volcano, and almost picked up the book once or twice out of curiosity, but never did. Oddly, it was my own experience with a cult - Jehovah's Witnesses - and my research on the internet when I left that organization that lead me to the Operation Clambake (xenu.net) website years and years ago. The revelations in this movie are not new, but they are finally out from under the cloak of anonymous postings by scared individuals. It took celebrities and defecting top officials, who weren't cowed by the church's relentless "fair game" attacks to bring all of this out in the open. That's allowing the little guys to tell their story with less and less risk. Because now that the world is watching, the church's bullying and harassing is backfiring. Watch this documentary, then read Scientology's "reactions" (which are mostly "liar liar pants on fire" and "oh he's a big stinky head, I have a picture of him holding a BEER from years ago - that's right a BEER!"), then come back and watch this movie again. And you'll never fall for a "personality test" pitch at your local mall.
Going Clear: Scientology and the Prison of Belief (2015) 720p YIFY Movie
Going Clear: Scientology and the Prison of Belief (2015)
A documentary looking at the inner-workings of the Church of Scientology.
IMDB: 8.00 Likes
- Genre: Documentary |
- Quality: 720p
- Size: 1.45G
- Resolution: / fps
- Language: English
- Run Time: 119
- IMDB Rating: 8.0/10
- MPR: Normal
- Peers/Seeds: 0 / 4
The Synopsis for Going Clear: Scientology and the Prison of Belief (2015) 720p
A devastating two hour documentary based on Lawrence Wright's book of the same name. Scientology is laid bare by a film that skilfully knits together archive footage, testimonials from former high ranking officials and public, and dramatic reconstructions.
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The Reviews for Going Clear: Scientology and the Prison of Belief (2015) 720p
Fascinating summation of what's wrong with this "Church"Reviewed bySecretAgentWVote: 10/10
The work speaks for itself. The individuals interviewed portray the deep level of discourse wrought by the Scientology tyranny. With moments of horrific reality, the tone of the documentary is one that will likely make you question your sense of moral duty to prevent such modern day enslavement from even being possible, and likely cause you to rage in compassion and sympathy. Shame, while clearly evident in the candor of the interviewees, hones in the true condemnation forced upon them, their children, and their humanity. Watch it, open your eyes to the gravity of the situation, and absorb the truly empowering sense that people can rise to the occasion and fight for what's right, regardless of the likelihood of reprisal.
Side note: You may need this link after you watch it.
Documentary on the "church" of Scientology and its teachings. The first half of this is all about L. Ron Hubbard the founder of Scientology. It goes into detail about his life and beliefs and how he formed and developed the "church". The second half documents how the "church" changed and grew and used mind control and drew people into its beliefs...and wouldn't let them go. It gets into detail about their two star recruits--John Travolta and Tom Cruise. Travolta gets off pretty easy but Cruise comes off as a maniac. It also has interviews with former "church" members and their tales and revelations are nothing short of horrific.
Maddening and scary documentary that shows exactly what is going on with Scientology. People can say this is a pack of lies and dismiss it...but why is this so-called "church" not suing them for libel? Also the director and writer of this are former church members so they know what they're talking about. For many years I remember walking around Boston and I was approached by a handsome young man or a pretty young woman and asked if I wanted to take a "personality test". I always politely said no and went on my way. That was how Scientology used to recruit people. They always approached young men and women, got them to go to their offices (Boston had--and still has--a chapter) and started to indoctrinate them. The most disturbing thing about this is there is extensive footage of Scientology conventions that look and sound like Nazi rallies! Everyone should see this.