Imagine a film about the Catholic Church made in the third century or a portrait of the Amish premiering at the turn of the 18th. The Church of Scientology is in its infancy as a religion, and while it has aptly been subject to intense public scrutiny, few people have gained access to current members. Director Jeffrey Peixoto spent nearly a decade earning the trust of his subjects — both inactive and active members of the Church — and in his mesmeric and startling debut, he has transformed their testimony into a haunting meditation on humanity and its relationship with faith.
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