CURSE OF THE MAN WHO SEES UFOS

CURSE OF THE MAN WHO SEES UFOS REVIEWED

“Curse of the Man Who Sees UFOs” wants you to believe. But, how much of Rappolo’s story is real and not the by product of real tragedy? When delving into his past, you get the sense that his family became a mess shortly after his dad died. From there and his brother’s subsequent thievery, personal stress seemed to coincide with the UFOs appearing. Even the account of his first encounter as a child in Cleveland seems to be tied to familiar stress. Is it a curse? Probably. Is it UFOs? Probably not.

While I spent every day between Thanksgiving and New Year’s Day watching a metric ton of movies, there’s something about this documentary that stuck out to me. The natural sadness to a filmmaker trying to make sense of a plaguing concern over decades touches me. I’m not saying that I identify with it, but I understand the quest for personal truth. Amazing work all around and well worth watching soon.

A/V STATS

  • 1.78:1 standard definition transfer
  • Dolby Digital 2.0

RELEASE DATE: 12/6/16

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