I was shocked by how good this was! Maybe that's because Pi
is one of my favorite films. If you liked Pi at all, you'll enjoy Who Killed John O'Niell
There are a couple of weird moments, in terms of the information presented (Che Guevara wasn't the President of Bolivia in 1967, and Barry Seal's assassination was much bigger
than a simple drug hit), but it's mostly excellent.
Think of it this way:
If 1% of the information presented in the film is true, where does that leave us? What if 5% of it is true? Never mind the fact that much of it is dead on and not controversial at all, if you've been paying attention over the past few years.
I enjoyed how the film went hard with the decent into madness. This will resonate with anyone who has made a serious attempt to examine these issues. First you try to deny all of it. When you can't deny it, you literally start to question your own sanity. I know I did, and all of the researchers I've communicated with have said the same thing.
Not a researcher? Did you relate to Winston Smith when you read 1984
? You'll relate to the narrator (and his others
) in Who Killed John O'Neill
WARNING: Use the film with caution on beginners. It presents a non-stop barrage of information that---if you're not versed in the literature
, so to speak---might seem impossible to believe (or overwhelming or debilitating) to the uninitiated. I'm all for getting people to take the red pill
, but you don't want them to choke on it. Casual viewers might write off the entire work as delusional video art. And that's fine. Don't waste too much of your precious time trying to save horses in burning barns...Who Killed John O'Neill
is a shining example of citizen scale propaganda at its best: Informative, entertaining, highly effective.
Well done, guys!One Actor, One Room, Seven Characters: 9/11.
Traumatized by the September 11th attacks, one man struggles to dismantle official history, at the expense of his sanity and even his life. Grappling with multiple realities - and multiple personalities - he must retreat into his mind in pursuit of the truth. In a fictional film about non-fictional events, there is a place where belief and faith will blind you, where nothing is sacred, and to get there all you have to do is ask:
"Who Killed John O'Neill?"