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Discussion in 'Movies, Plays, and Documentaries about Scientology' started by shanic89, Oct 5, 2016.
I hope I do not get in trouble
While it lasts Louis Theroux: My Scientology Movie (2016)
A film being shown at Cinemas in the U.K.
I've just watched it online.
Probably not strictly legal but I'm a UK TV licence-fee payer and the money goes entirely to the BBC so I'm entitled to watch their movies. I just watched it sooner than I thought I would be able to.
The link in the opening post of this thread.
My Windows machine had a meltdown and I had to close the program.
Nothing damaging, but when your computer starts yelling at you first thing in the morning it's a bit much.
Probably has to do with my virus software.
Anyway, if you've got an apple device that's the way to go.
Hopefully it's not some sort of honey pot link.
I love how at 1:00:04, Louie gets Marty well lubricated and then asks him to read some statements... Hilarious.
Thats also when he came out with the line; "I was the biggest, badest ass in $cientology.")
Louie proves once again that he's got the eye for this sort of thing, and as with many of his other documentaries he brilliantly shines light on a subject, by snagging a subject of the subject.
Marty was the perfect choice.
A torrent link would be most helpful, not that I use those sorts of things
This webshare.me link is a haven of porn and virus links. My Win 10 machine blew up and my anti-virus wouldn't let me run it.
That's exactly why it's handy to have an apple.
It worked fine for me, no problem, using Win 7, Firefox, and a popular video-download add-on for Firefox. There was a full-screen pop-up ad for some game which I closed out, started playing the video, activated the add-on thingy, stopped playing the vid while it downloaded in the background as I didn't want to watch it stutter along, then went back to bed. It took about an hour to download, about 1.5 GB. My A/V software scans it as clean.
I haven't watched the thing beyond a few peeks to check that the downloaded .mp4 file runs ok.
I got sound with no video. Gave up. Will wait for January, hopefully will be able to see it then.
Many thanks, TE - that was most interesting.
I got it with no problem. Excellent.
I got it no problem. It definitely makes scientology look crazy, and it is. Speaking for myself, I tried to make sense of scientology during my time in and out, but in the end it is crazy.
Yeah, APPLE LOVE! lol
I saw Paul's suggestion to open that link in FireFox. So, I clicked on it (there) and it loaded instantly....am watching it right now with no buffering (downloading lag) like any average video one might view on YouTube.
Life is good!
Just finished watching it (online).
SPECTACULARLY ENTERTAINING! Every moment was original, fascinating and voyeuristically very naughty.
If Louis puts up a link somewhere for people to "donate" for having watched it free, I will very happy kick some bucks in for one of the most enjoyable documentaries I have ever seen.
Congrats to everyone who helped make that film.
ps: I see now why Marty has been coming unglued of late. I would guess that "My Scientology Movie" freaked him out when he inadvertently revealed things he would have much preferred were never visible. Marty made the primary mistake all Scientologists make to some degree--believing they are totally "at cause" over what is happening. But, even after escaping from the cult, Marty repeated the mistake, still somehow believing he was "at total cause" over Louis' documentary---which he discovered he was assuredly not. Ah, the price of megalomania!
Although many people are eager to see the movie, I am disabling the links on ESMB to unauthorised pirate copies.
Such links have been disabled elsewhere and it’s not something that we can encourage here. Louis deserves revenue and feedback through normal channels, even if we have to wait.
When it streams in the US as a PPV online or on cable tv, I plan to buy the download and (thus) not unfairly deny ticket sales to that outstanding film.
Documentaries and movies are hard enough to raise production financing on without piracy, so I am thrilled to support anything which sends revenue in Louis' direction and evidences commercial support for his projects--so that he can make many more wonderful documentaries!
Quite right. But it's like the ginger biscuits* with the coffee -- I know I shouldn't, but . . . .
*cookies to our friends across the pond
Yah, I watched it last night on google chrome that worked fine too.