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Afraid of Nothing

USA 2019
produced by
Robert Heske, Janine Brueggemann (executive), Paul Brueggemann (executive), Daniel Cayarga (executive), David DeZan (executive), Steve Lyons (executive), Dan Miller (executive) for Ironic Apple Films
directed by Robert Heske
starring Jeff Belanger, Bob Berman, Cuyle Carvin, Rob Fitz, Brad Hudson, Michael Markowitz, Ken Watson, Sandra Bertman, Lori Bruno, Danielle Cabral, Susan DameGreene, Jim Harold, Colleen Johnson, John Kozik, Ruthie Larkin, Marion Luoma, Tim Maguire, Clayton Morris, Mike Vitka, Memie Watson
written by Robert Heske, music by John DelVento, edited by J. Poisson, Alex Olinger


review by
Mike Haberfelner

One would think that in today's enlightened world there's nothing to fear but death itself - and that said, death might not be the end as the belief in the afterlife has remained strong over the centuries, even if religious beliefs might have somehow faded. So maybe there is a grey area between what's universally regarded as real life and the fantastic, a grey area that's often referred to as paranormal, even if some of it is rooted in science, a grey area that includes ghosts and demons, reincarnation and past life regression, shamans, psychics and witches, and a myriad of other things that are inexplicable or at least just unexplained - and all of this is what this movie's about.


Now in this day and age, there are many paranormal "documentaries", some better some worse, some dead serious, some too over the top to be believed - but what's different about Afraid of Nothing is, it doesn't claim to tell any "truth", it just sheds light on the subject of paranormalia from a wide array of different perspectives, interviewing and/or observing shamans, ghosthunters, psychics, past life regressionists, astronomers, curio shop owners and a whole slew of other persons involved with the paranormal in one way or the other, and instead of trying to get maximum spectacle out of the respective narratives of these people, it presents us with "facts", seen from different perspectives, and lets one decide for oneself what to believe and what not, but even what's discarded as "untrue" by the respective audience member is at least good food for thought. And making a very neutral movie about a subject that heavily debated, that in itself is quite an achievement!

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