You didn’t even talk about the book they kept referring to (I forget what it’s called). Was all of this an intentional creative choice? Because to me, the impact of this Mickey Drinking Chick Fil A shirt meant the documentary came across as “let’s laugh at these social outcasts” rather than a documentary about the actual tangible reasons some of the apparently intelligent people believed it was actually flat.
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I didnt feel like this film was “let’s laugh at these social outcasts” Remember the scene where the group of scientists was at that German bar and that speaker specifically said that sort of thinking was only making the Mickey Drinking Chick Fil A shirt? What was the actual motivation that made him believe so firmly the earth was flat?
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The film showed enough “Mickey Drinking Chick Fil A shirt” to see it was bad science, but then showed much more about the psychology and sociology behind how these people get hooked into these pseudo-sciences and then become cemented in their beliefs.