Conspiracy Encounters

Synopsis: On the night of March 13th, 1997, strange lights were witnessed flying over the Phoenix sky, and in their wake a "man" appeared. Jimmy and Father Michael feel their lives affected by this stranger. Baffled, Father Michael travels to Mexico to seek advice from his mentor. But a series of accidents prevents the truth from being revealed, and Father Michael is left even more alone and afraid. What he later discovers defies his perception of reality and the core of all he has ever believed. For Jimmy, the mysterious man provides guidance towards finding what he has sought for many years.
Genre: Sci-Fi
106 min

Okay, smile.

Come on.

Let's just go.

I'm sick of taking a pictures.

One more time.

Do you want a picture.


Batteries are dead.

No, I just replaced them.

-Excuse me.


No, it can't be.

You... you seem way to young.

-You look identical to someone...

-Look, I gotta go.


-Sure, yeah, sorry.

Yes, we talked about this two

weeks ago. No,

I need an answer

quicker than that.

Hold on.


I got to call you back.

I don't care... I don't care

what the Bishop thinks.

Look, father, I'll raise the

money myself in I have to.

I'll rob a bank if necessary.

No, I won't rob a bank.

Joe, wait.

Come here.

What baby?

Those kids are dying

of hunger, father.

They can't wait

for your meeting.

Is this all we've got?

No, we got more.

But not what you wanted.

No, I'm right here.

What point?

What are you doing.

I don't care what

religion those people are.

Those kids are

dying of hunger.

They need food.

Not a cross.

No, no, the point is

we need to help them.

That's the point.

Ok, look.

Have your meeting.

Analyze whatever

you need to analyze.

I'm going forward with

or without your blessing.

We need more shoes.



So how much they need?

That's some kind of dough.

Hi, grandpa.

Hi Emmett.

Sorry, I'm late.

-Hello, Dave.

-Hey, pops.

Hey, I got a great

weekend planned.


I'll take us to the game.


And whatever else

you want to do.

Ok, we'll go to

the batting cages.

Sounds like fun.

Grab your stuff.

Let's go.

Do want to here on Sunday?

-I'll call you.


Have a good weekend, Emmett.

Ok, bye, Dad.

See you.

You looking for me?


I'm sorry... I didn't mean

to... I mean... how you doing?

My name's Jimmy Anderson.

-there's something

I'd like to show you.

Reporter took these photos.

And... that man

saved my life in Vietnam.

But I never found

out who he was.

I mean, he just came out of

the blue and then he just left.

I never saw him again.

He looks identical to you.

-except that he should

be like 40 something now.

I mean, the

resemblance is amazing.

That's what puzzled.

I'm thinking maybe

this is someone

who could have been

related to you?

Why do you want

to find this man?



To find out what his name is.

To thank him.

Buy him a beer.

Well, even if you

never find him,

I'm sure the thought counts.

I got to go.


Look, this is the

closest I've ever gotten

to really finding this man.

I can't help you right now.

Well, that's ok.

I mean, we can meet

tomorrow or some other time.

I just want to pick your brain.

Maybe we can put two

and two together.

I think you're looking

in the wrong places.

What do you mean?

Is the man in the pictures

what you're really looking for?

Of course.

Who else?

I don't know.

That's why I'm asking.

Look, I'm sorry.

I really have to go.

Look, I'd really to have a

talk with you some other time.

Some other time.

Where can I find you?

Around here.

Just ask for me.

Well, what's your name?

Hey, Joe.

Father, I'm going

to go home now.

There are still some people

over there in the church.

So I didn't lock it.

Anything else you

need before I go?

No thanks.


Good night.

Good night.

Why did you hide?

I don't know.

It was a reaction.

Catherine, look at me.


No what?

What you're thinking.

What I'm thinking.

You have a husband,

and I have a church.

It's your husband.

What is he doing here?

I do want to see him.

But I have to answer the door.

I can't see right now.

I just can't.

May I help you?

Father Michael,

I guess you remember me.

I'm Catherine's husband.

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