William Gazecki proved he’s not afraid of controversy with his Oscar(tm)-nominated documentary, WACO: THE RULES OF ENGAGEMENT. Whatever your opinion about what causes crop circles, Gazecki’s film will certainly give you food for thought. I spoke with him by phone on August 29, 2002, and the first thing I wanted to know was how he got from Waco to crop circles.
Sparing the viewer such extremes as the smug condescension of skeptical inquiry and the awful awe-filled wonder of crystal-toting New Age neo-pagans, CROP CIRCLES: QUEST FOR TRUTH, has only one agenda in its exploration of crop circles, listening to people with something to say beyond those extremes I mentioned before and then letting us draw our own conclusions. Its as refreshing in that approach as it is intriguing in its revelations.
Filmmaker William Gazecki brought a similar open-minded inquiry to his Oscar-nominated film, WACO: THE RULES OF ENGAGEMENT, about the government raid on the Branch Davidian compound in Waco in 1993. Like that film, CROP CIRCLES raises questions that arent easy to dismiss and, more, makes you ponder why the establishment, in this case the scientific community, turns a disinterested and somewhat uppity blind eye to them.