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Growing from a group of 50 to over 50,000 in a space of three years – with factions around the world, including their HQ in Salem – the Satanic Temple are a provocative movement who argue for the separation of church and state. Made up largely of outsiders who felt isolated or excluded in their teenage years, they point out that Satanists don’t worship evil but rather that Satan represents the ultimate antagonist, and they use this provocation to make a point about religion’s place within society. The documentary focuses on one of their most notable campaigns in which they argue that, unless the Ten Commandments statue is removed from its place within federal land, then their own grotesque statue should be erected next to it. Despite its provocative title, ‘Hail Satan?’ is a rich and enlightening documentary which looks at modern law and incites discussion around the place of religion in society and the ethics of activism.
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Psychological thriller that sees a runaway dehumanised and indoctrinated at the hands of a manipulative cult leader.
16+ years 98 mins
Louis Theroux turns his attention to the Church of Scientology and its practices in this bizarre and comical documentary.
16+ years 97 mins
Thought-provoking, irreverent documentary posing the controversial question: 'are people who believe in God technically out of their mind?'
14+ years 96 mins
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