Moment of Truth: The Andy Meyers Story

Synopsis: Andy Meyers, the subject of the film, has decided he wants to end his life in front of a camera for the world to see. His depression and array of ailments from his bout with diabetes have ...
91 min

Dr. Frett.

No! You're dead.


There's others.



What are you thinking?

Where am l?

Wrong answer!

What are you thinking?

l'm thinking about getting out of here.

Wrong answer!

No sleeping!

What are you thinking?

About my son. About his mother.

Wrong answer!

What are you thinking?

-What do you want from me?

-Wrong answer!

l want answers, you hear me?

l want answers!

No sleeping!

Did you hear me?


What are you thinking?

What should l be thinking?

You're a guilty man.

You entered a government facility illegally,

in search of non-existent information.

You failed in every respect!


-Say it!

l'm a guilty man. l failed in every respect.

l deserve the harshest punishment

for my crime.

-How long has he been here?

-l've tried to get someone to say.

-Who called you?

-Kersh's office.

Who called them?

l don't know,

l just know he's being held here indefinitely.

-What for?

-For the murder of a military man.



Oh, my God.

You okay?

Am l okay?

Mulder, l haven't seen you

in such a long time.

l was so worried.

No. lt's okay. l'm all right.

They're treating me really well in here.

What's happened to you?

Nothing. l'm squared away.

Hey, Walter.

lt's good to see you, man.

Have they told you the charges?

What you're doing here?

Yeah, we're clear on that.

You're clear on what?

My crimes.


-l murdered a man, Dana.

l went looking for something that

didn't exist, and l made a terrible mistake.

l should be punished severely.

Whatever you were doing,

you have the right to a lawyer.

To an inquiry and process of law.

l don't think you've heard me.

All right, time's up.

We're going to get you out of here.

How's that? l'm a guilty man.

Time's up. Let's go.

Excuse me.

l don't understand.

Why are you helping me?

Because you can't do this alone.

Let's go.

You saw him? Mulder?

They've accused him of murder?

They have him believing that he did it.

Of murdering who?

Knowle Rohrer.

Knowle Rohrer? lt can't be.

l watched Knowle Rohrer die.

He can't die.

Knowle Rohrer's a super-soldier.

Mulder sidestepped security

at Mount Weather...

...where they say our so-called

shadow government is installed.

What about the murder charge?

Thirty workers will testify they witnessed

Mulder push a military officer to his death.

Killing a man who can't be killed?

Where are you going?

To beg mercy with the man upstairs.

Come in!

Deputy Director Kersh.

l've just been going over my notes

for this whole business.

Please, have a seat.

Thank you.

We've both got a problem

with this man of yours, Agent Mulder.

Mulder's been a running problem

for the FBl. But nothing this serious.

l would think--

l've been asked by a female agent,

Mulder's closest associate... beg mercy of the military court.

To give Mulder every consideration

based on his good character.

You've reviewed the charges, yes?

Yes. There's a charge of murder.

This'd look bad for the Marines

if it didn't look worse for the FBl.

What does Mulder intend to plead?

You wanted a chance to clear up this mess,

Mr. Kersh.

And l'm going to give it to you.

Give it to the FBl.


A fair hearing for your agent,

by his own agency.

Your prosecutor, your judges,

held in my court.

That can't be legal.

Why do this?

l want a verdict. A guilty verdict.

This man, Mulder,

has made a lot of enemies.

He's a crusader.

And a lot of people do not like the crusade.

l can't do that.

You'll do it, Deputy Director.

You and l both know there are forces

inside the government now...

...that a man would be foolish to disobey.



l smelled you coming, Clarice.

Damn it, Mulder.

lt's not funny to see you putting on that act.

No, that is funny.

What's not funny is what they do to you

in here if you don't put on that act.

Come here, you big, bald, beautiful man.

All you're gonna be kissing

is your sweet ass goodbye.

The trouble you're in.

l kind of gathered that, right around

the fiftieth brainwashing session.

Why are they doing this to you?

They think they're preparing me

for my trial, for my testimony.

Your testimony's not gonna matter.

Not with the case they're building.

Not building. Rigging.

Yeah, l don't think you understand

the seriousness of the charges.

This isn't some routine wrist-slapping.

You're on trial for your life.

My trial's a foregone conclusion.

They really want me to admit my guilt

and help them out.

What's really on trial here is the truth.

Mulder, they're saying you killed a man.

Have they produced the body?

You can't produce a body,

because you can't kill a man who won't die.

Body or not, they've got 30 witnesses

from that facility who'll testify against you.

Mulder, we'll get you the best lawyer.

To defend a man who believes in aliens,

against the FBl and the military?

lt's never gonna happen.

Skinner can defend me.

l can't represent you.

You know the facts, the details,

the whole government conspiracy.

More than that, l trust you.


They can't try me

without exposing themselves.

l know what l'm doing.

Now it's a party.

Agent Mulder.

What's the matter?

We've been working off what we have.

But the military just got back to us.

You ready for this?

l know this is impossible...

...but they're saying

they got Knowle Rohrer's body.

Mulder, it's me.

Time to go?

No. That's why l'm here.

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