Lights in the Sky

202054 minutes

In January 2020, hundreds of people reported strange lights in the sky over Colorado and Nebraska. They called them drones. Months later, the US government can’t explain it. As a US Army broadcast journalist and combat-veteran, Krista Alexander decided to investigate. She edited video of the lights, posted to a Facebook group about the drones, to see if there was anything else to be seen. What she found were not drones. Few believed her. Instead, they called her crazy. She wrote, directed, produced, edited and hosted this documentary to share her findings, offering scientific explanations, from the quantum to the biological. The film doesn’t just ask what the lights are, but questions society’s role in refusing to admit what the government already has: The lights are real and can’t be explained. Unlike most UFO documentaries, this film doesn’t focus on government conspiracy or alien takeover. Instead, Krista questions what is real. How can the lights deny our reality? How is this possible? With never-before-seen footage of the lights and interviews from some of the world’s top scientific minds, see and hear connections that better explain the nature of our reality -and others.
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Audio language
English [Stereo]
English [CC]
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54 minutes
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