Alien Autopsy: Fact or Fiction

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"In 1947, something happened in Roswell, New Mexico..."
  • PG
  • 1995
  • 1 hr 5 min
  • 4.9  (549)

Alien Autopsy: Fact or Fiction is a docudrama from 1995 directed by Ray Santilli and starring Jonathan Frakes as the narrator, Walter Haut, and Jesse Marcel Jr. The movie is based on an infamous video that purportedly showed the autopsy of an extraterrestrial being recovered from the Roswell crash site in 1947. The film begins with the introduction of Ray Santilli, a British filmmaker who claims to have acquired the footage of the autopsy from an anonymous military cameraman. The grainy and shaky video footage is then shown to the audience, and the narration explains the alleged alien body's appearance and the government's reaction to the discovery.

The movie then switches to a reenactment of the events surrounding the Roswell incident, including the recovery of the UFO debris by the military and the initial cover-up. The audience sees how the military's official statement claimed that they had found a crashed weather balloon, but rumors of a flying saucer persisted in the media and public consciousness.

Throughout the movie, Santilli and his team present evidence to support the authenticity of the alien autopsy footage. They point out the film's inconsistencies, such as the doctors' movements and the lighting, are not inconsistent with the time period and equipment used at that time.

Santilli also interviews several witnesses who claim to have seen extraterrestrial beings and UFOs. These accounts, combined with the autopsy footage, are presented as proof of the government's knowledge of and involvement with extraterrestrial life.

However, as the movie progresses, doubts begin to arise about the authenticity of the film. Skeptical experts are interviewed, who point out inconsistencies in the footage and raise questions about the reliability and credibility of the witnesses. Some suggest that the footage was a hoax or a forgery.

As the audience becomes increasingly uncertain about the video's authenticity, Santilli begins to backtrack on his claims. In a poignant moment, he admits that the footage was not entirely authentic but insists that it was based on real events, making the movie a docudrama with some added fictional scenes for cinematic effect.

The film concludes with a commentary on how the Roswell incident and the alien autopsy footage have affected our popular culture and the UFO conspiracy theories that persist to this day.

Overall, Alien Autopsy: Fact or Fiction is a well-made and entertaining docudrama that explores one of the most significant UFO conspiracy theories of all time. The movie presents both sides of the argument and leaves it up to the audience to decide for themselves if the footage is genuine or not. It's a fascinating watch, especially for those interested in the Roswell incident and UFO conspiracy theories.

Alien Autopsy: Fact or Fiction is a 1995 documentary with a runtime of 1 hour and 5 minutes. It has received mostly poor reviews from critics and viewers, who have given it an IMDb score of 4.9.

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    1 hr 5 min
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    4.9  (549)