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||IMDB Rating: 8.1/10 from 9 votes
||Release: 25 June 2015 (Italy) /
||Stars: Antony A. Phillips, David Miscavige, Hana Whitfield, Jason Beghe, John Travolta, Kim Masters, L. Ron Hubbard, Lawrence Wright, Marjorie Cameron, Mike Rinder, Paul Haggis, Sara Goldberg, Spanky Taylor, Tom Cruise, Tony Ortega
||Synopsis: 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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I moved to Hollywood in 1989. My first experience with Scientology
rank-and-file was seeing crowds of Sea Org teenagers milling about
Hollywood Boulevard in their fake naval uniforms. I was like, what is
this? The Navy docked in port? Uh, no, the port's 25 miles away.
Halloween is two weeks away, so what is the costume party all about?
Scientology had a lot more members then, so there were dozens of these
people wandering around, trying to look important and accomplished. All
of them probably under 20 years old. They all looked like children
playing dress up. I just smirked and shook my head. It was a
combination of hatred and sadness that I felt for these poor children.
Many times later on, passing the by the Scientology "Testing Center," I
got hit up on the sidewalk for a free "personality test," or maybe it
was a "stress test" by that point, I can't remember. I took one look at
the zombie-like girl with the plastered smile, and just laughed. I
wanted to tell her, I see right through your lousy sales technique.
That smile is not real. You're miserable. You're trying to sell books
and register new members and are failing miserably. I wish I could have
helped her. I wish I could have told her, you know, it's okay to be
grumpy. It's okay not to smile 100& of the time. We're all humans and
we have emotions. That's just how it is. I can see somebody being
grumpy especially doing the job that you're doing. You think
Scientology works somehow? You're trying to audit away your emotions?
That means you're attempting to audit away your humanity.
Years later, I started running into several books laying bare the
psychosis of L. Ron Hubbard and his army (sorry, navy) of hypnotized,
brainwashed robots. Then I started to get mad. Mad that this organized
fraud mafia masquerading as a religion existed and there was apparently
no way anyone could prosecute them for their crimes. Then, when the
internet became a thing, the word began to spread far and wide about
the ongoing criminal activities of Scientology. Human trafficking,
kidnapping, slave labor, espionage, wholesale fraud, negligent
With Going Clear, the true facts about Scientology are going to be
revealed to the public at large. Many people watch HBO. The scales are
going to fall from their eyes. So many people in the public probably
don't think much about Scientology, and if they do, they think of it as
that wacky alien worshipping, e-meter using religion that Tom Cruise
belongs to. This film will change that perception. There are a lot of
shocking facts here, and Oscar winning documentary film director Alex
Gibney delivers them in a stunning presentation. The film just flew by.
I was on the edge of my seat for a lot of it, and I knew most of the
Just to add, as a long time Scientology watcher (I have never been a
member, but living in the proximity of their facilities for years I
can't help but see them around from time to time), very little of this
was new information to me. But the way that Gibney presents things
using the language of film is powerful and engrossing. For people not
versed in the subject, this is a fantastic primer on the madness that
is Scientology. The approach of having people tell their personal
stories, mixed in with archival footage, really humanizes the film.
Gibney has a lot of ground to cover. He takes a look at the life story
of L. Ron Hubbard, a lot of his lies and crimes, the founding and rise
of the Church of Scientology, Hubbard's death and the dictatorship
since that time of one David Miscavige. The film also explicitly calls
out the two highest profile Scientologists, John Travolta and Tom
Cruise, and accuses them of culpability in the large range of abuses
that the Church perpetrates on their low level staff, who get paid 60
cents an hour.
There are just so many bizarre tales, wacky stories, unbelievable
occurrences, that a two hour movie is not enough. (Would you like to
hear about the time that Scientology tried to take over the government
of Morocco?) But it is a stunning introduction that touches on a
majority of the important points. The life of L. Ron Hubbard alone
could be great material for a lengthy TV series lasting several seasons
about the long strange life of a sociopath, at least as watchable as
Breaking Bad if not more so, except the stories would all be true
events that actually happened.
If you are one of those people that dismiss Scientology as just a bunch
of harmless idiots, I urge you to watch this film and get the real
story of what a dangerous, power mad organization Scientology really
is. You won't regret spending the two hours.
Tags for Going Clear: Scientology and the Prison of Belief Full Movie
Antony A. Phillips
, David Miscavige
, Hana Whitfield
, Jason Beghe
, John Travolta
, Kim Masters
, L. Ron Hubbard
, Lawrence Wright
, Marjorie Cameron
, Mike Rinder
, Paul Haggis
, Sara Goldberg
, Spanky Taylor
, Tom Cruise
, Tony Ortega
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