My post was meant as a personal answer to the question "are movies unwatchable". For me apparently not and I can (probably) watch a movie like "oblivion" alone for my own entertainment.hoi.polloi wrote:Was the simulated model entity in some way like a "fake person" that only ever appeared in the media, like the "sims" we talk about here?Seneca wrote:Yesterday I watched "Oblivion" for the second time and I still enjoyed it. Even though it stars Tom Cruise and it enforces the nuke and NASA hoaxes. Even though Alex Jones is promoting it.
There were a few elements that would interest SC readers besides the more obvious mind control elements. Sorry about the following spoilers:
The fake warnings of deadly radiation to restrict people to their respective zones. The aliens use of a simulated model entity to interact with the people.
Also, what kind of movie would you allow your friends and family to see at this point to help explain the Nuke Hoax and the NA$A hoaxes? Or are you watching this big budget typical fare alone, and/or for your own enjoyment? Isn't there something you feel you can do to help awaken people?
I am not complaining about your post here, merely a question about your strategy for waking people up. Surely it isn't endorsing Hollywooden movies with their terribly unconvincing acting and propaganda elements?
I add "probably" because I never watch movies alone, not because they are unwatchable but because there are other things I like more when I am alone. I did indeed watched it with my family, not as pure entertainment but with the idea to help us "wake up" (or "stay awake").
It is about someone that has been brainwashed who is gradually learning to think for himself and discovering that what he is doing in the world is exactly the opposite of what he thinks he is doing.
Yes, the character named Sally is played by a real actress, Melissa Leo, but in the movie she appears only as a face on a screen. She is for the people involved the only link with "civilization" on the only medium they have.Was the simulated model entity in some way like a "fake person" that only ever appeared in the media, like the "sims" we talk about here?
At the end of the movie we learn that she was alive 70 years ago so the only logical conclusion is that the face on the screen was a digital simulation created by the alien computer from the imagery it intercepted.
It is funny that the actress herself explains her role as follows (off course she isn't allowed to give away the plot) :"there is one human being that those folks can touch base with, that will remind them of their own humanity in a way." https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8CM7ZiZtRaE. Maybe this is how people in the media want to see themselves.
An interesting fact about the director: "Kosinski, who based the film on the ideas of his unpublished graphic novel, is an expert in 3-D modeling and computer graphics"
I think every movie that encourages critical thinking or shows how people are manipulated would be helpful. But to really explain it I wouldn't use a movie but prefer to expose them to the original faked imagery like we can find it here on the forum. Like I did with the Nuke hoax (like I explained on http://www.cluesforum.info/viewtopic.php?f=27&t=1716) and the Jewish museum murder hoax (http://www.cluesforum.info/viewtopic.php?f=33&t=1722)Also, what kind of movie would you allow your friends and family to see at this point to help explain the Nuke Hoax and the NA$A hoaxes?
I want to do the same with the NASA hoax and I am looking for a link to the imagery in the NASA archives. For example that laughable video of the launch of some space craft from the moon.
As always sorry about the misspellings, awkward sentences, missing punctuation, etc.