I Know What I Saw (2007) Review
(More customer reviews)This film is made so well because it highlights the best cases, and presents solid facts and information leaving the viewer with a clear path to decide whether the UFO issue is real or not. Fox shows people on the street saying that people who see flying saucers or UFO's are all crazy, then goes on to show some respectful, professionals, pilots, military personnel, even a governer, who have compelling tales.
I saw this documentary late at night, and it scared me because of the potential of what they are uncovering. Weird stories of huge (sometimes a mile long) UFO's seen in many places of the world.
If you don't believe in UFO's watch this video. I am not sure anyone can view this and come away saying it's all in a person's mind or just made up. Scary and very well made. Highest recommendation.
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Director and host James Fox assembles the most credible UFO witnesses from around the world to testify on the subject and share their experiences and observations. Air Force generals, astronauts, military and commercial pilots, government and FAA officials from seven countries gather at the National Press Club in Washington D.C. to tell stories that, as former Arizona governor Fife Symington states, 'will challenge your reality.' These accounts reveal a behind-the-scenes U.S. operation whose policy, in the eyes of some observers, seems to involve confiscation of substantiating evidence from close encounters--to the extent that even Presidents have failed to get straight answers.