Confessions of an Alien Abductee

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  • PG-13
  • 2013
  • 46 min
  • 4.8  (184)

Confessions of an Alien Abductee is a 2013 documentary-style film that explores the experiences of Simon Parkes, a local British politician who claims to have been abducted by extraterrestrial beings multiple times throughout his life. The film is directed by British filmmaker and UFO researcher Miles Johnston, who himself claims to have had several ET contacts.

The film opens with a brief introduction to Parkes and his background, including his childhood experiences with these beings, which he calls the "Greys." The documentary then delves into more detail about some of his most significant and memorable encounters, featuring Mary Rodwell - a former midwife and specialist counsellor who runs ACERN (Australian Close Encounter Resource Network). Through a series of interviews with Parkes, along with illustrations and animations, the film explores the various stages of these supposed abductions, including the initial contact, medical examinations, and other types of strange experiences.

As the film progresses, Simon shares different accounts of his experiences ranging from his multiple visits with an beings that he refers to as "Mothman". Simon tells of his physical interactions with these entities, including long harrowing medical examinations, strange implant placements, sexual experiments, and even forced impregnation. He explains that he has seen several different types of beings during these abductions, including both Grey aliens and reptilian creatures. According to him, these beings have been studying humans for centuries, and they have various agendas, ranging from scientific research to breeding with humans to create hybrid offspring.

Parkes' accounts of his experiences are accompanied by interviews with other abductees who have had similar encounters. These accounts speak to their experiences and how they felt during and after these abductions. The film does not come to any definitive conclusion on whether or not these beings exist, nor do they seek to prove Parkes' claims as facts. The documentary instead is an exploration and storytelling of Parkes' experiences and its potential impact on a global scale.

What makes this film stand out is the sheer detail and level of information presented. Parkes vividly describes the appearance and behaviour of the beings, and the film devotes considerable time to discussing his previously unreported experiences. Miles Johnson's interview style stays very factual, neither supporting nor rejecting Parkes' claims. It allows viewers to make up their own minds about the truth and significance of these experiences without putting forward subjective or unsubstantiated claims.

Overall, Confessions of an Alien Abductee is an engaging and thought-provoking film that presents a detailed examination of extraterrestrial encounters from somebody who claims to have experienced it himself. While the film does not set out to prove or disprove the existence of these beings, it creates an honest and open platform for discussion about the possibility of such events.

Confessions of an Alien Abductee is a 2013 documentary with a runtime of 46 minutes. It has received mostly poor reviews from critics and viewers, who have given it an IMDb score of 4.8.

Confessions of an Alien Abductee
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    4.8  (184)