THE GOD WHO WASN'T THERE.
I really don't know where to start.
I will not get into any real detail, mainly because the "documentary"
seemed more like a disgruntled man seeking to soften the pain of his
antagonism than it did an objective view of anything. Don't get me
wrong, I appriciate stimulating debate, but this was hardly that. The
time I spend watching this film felt like watching someone with some
major identity issues rationalize their irrationality. It just didn't
make too much sense.
I do not recommend anyone, on either side of the debate, to waste
their time with this film.
Go outside (if you can) or read a book instead.