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Grant davies over 6 years ago
one mans opinion. Not that great
Angie Luna over 6 years ago
Revealing but one sided
Ajoh 7 years ago
This documentary is one that really starts to kick the gears in your head into motion.
Alfonso Flores 7 years ago
Religion, war, and money. Don't swallow it all, but it is meant to wake you up a bit.
Ajmal Kunnummal over 7 years ago
Just another conspiracy movie for conspiracy nuts...
Gilda García-Robles over 7 years ago
Revealing but anti-religions.
Christopher Grantham almost 8 years ago
Harrowing, essential viewing for all individuals.
Jason Myers 5 months ago
Azure Cerulean 11 months ago
Brad Nicholson over 1 year ago
George Maxim over 1 year ago
Eyüp Can Yılmaz over 1 year ago
Joaquin Heye over 1 year ago
Joe Smith over 1 year ago
Stephen Repacholi over 1 year ago
James Norway Swinton almost 2 years ago
Shubhang Goswami almost 2 years ago
Uri Haynes 2 years ago
Steve 2 years ago
Zeitgeist: The Movie is a 2007 documentary film by Peter Joseph. It asserts a number of conspiracy theory-based ideas, including the Christ myth theory, alternative theories for the parties responsible for the September 11 attacks in 2001 and that bankers manipulate the international monetary system and the media in order to consolidate power. The film was released online on June 18, 2007, on zeitgeistmovie.com. While the film has been praised by some for being "compellingly edited", it has also been criticized for factual inaccuracies, and the quality of its arguments, with critics describing it as "agitprop" and "propaganda". A sequel, Zeitgeist: Addendum, focuses further on the monetary system and advocates a resource-based social system influenced by the ideas of Jacque Fresco and the Venus Project. Following Zeitgeist: Addendum, Peter Joseph created an organization called the Zeitgeist Movement to promote the ideas of Fresco's Venus Project. Joseph also produced an updated 2010...
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