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No One's Watching: An Alien Abductee's Story

Jeremy Vaeni , Jennifer Jemison , Jeremy Vaeni  |  Unrated |  DVD
2.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (5 customer reviews)

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  • Actors: Jeremy Vaeni, Jennifer Jemison, Mark Olson
  • Directors: Jeremy Vaeni
  • Format: Multiple Formats, Dolby, NTSC
  • Region: Region 1 (U.S. and Canada only. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Number of discs: 1
  • Rated: Unrated
  • Studio: JayVay Productions
  • DVD Release Date: May 1, 2007
  • Run Time: 97 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 2.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (5 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B000OIOS4W
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #664,583 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)

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"Something strange is going on and this film is not afraid to examine the tough questions. I will be thinking about this movie for a long, long time." --William J. Birnes, NY Times best-selling author of THE DAY AFTER ROSWELL

"[T]here s something about him that lends itself well to this documentary. He s just a fascinating guy to watch." --Alex Riviello,

"The film is nothing like [you've] ever seen. Its deprecating honesty is brutally, if non-violently, sincere. Its production values are excellent ... and damned if you don't find yourself, like extended friends and family, really liking this strange man named Jeremy Vaeni...even as he leads you to the very edge of credulity...." --Alfred Lehmberg, Alien View Group

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Jeremy Vaeni is an alien abductee whose contact with nonhumans has thrust him into a spiritual enlightenment process. That s what he says. But what does his family say? What do his friends think? Vaeni asks them point blank what they truly make of his life story before journeying to a UFO hotspot in the mountains of Northern California in search of aliens. What he discovers may shock you.

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1.0 out of 5 stars This could have been posted on You Tube November 5, 2012
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While I enjoy Jeremy Vaeni's blog and web radio show, this video was kind of an agony to watch. I also bought his book. I think this video was an attempt to capitalize on sensationalizing a personal spiritual journey that includes introspection and mystical experiences. Both the questioning of his parents, and seeing him naked in a bath tub with a former babysitter was waaaaaay too much information. I was so very grateful my husband had fallen asleep at that point in the film. His perplexed and pained family want to support him but they are baffled and hurt by his self focused obsession for information about what he thinks was alien abductions in his childhood. This inscrutable problem is a good one to bring out into the open, but I really felt annoyed and discouraged by the many pranks and dishonest jokes in the video. The fake girlfriend prank was so strained and unfunny; It made it nearly impossible to take any of it at face value. I really like that he has a personal journey to find deeper meaning, and that he is so sharing about his chi practice, its good to have a touch stone for seeing what other people experience. I have since encountered several people who have developed their own version of Tai Chi through meditation or dream states. Jeremy is a very creative and humorous person, and its wonderful there is a place in the sun for all forms of personal expression. I think the best thing about this video is it might make people think more about their own mysterious journey through life and to think deeply about what is truly important to them. Also, its encouraging to go out and have your own adventures, and see mysterious things in person.
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1.0 out of 5 stars Worst ever! April 26, 2014
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This sucked, nothing you expect, a lot of self satisfaction for the author, that's it. Give your 10 year old a camera and let them walk around, put a fancy cover on it and sell it like its a real movie. Same thing.
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4 of 7 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars Generation X Enters UFOlogy August 16, 2007
Jeremy Vaeni brings his Generation X pop-culture compass to film as he attempts to find out what's really going on. And when he asks what's really going on, he is asking about the effects that alien abduction has had on his life.

He quietly examines the contemporary boogie man, the monster in the closets of our childhoods, our fear of the dark. He shows us the seperate homes of mom and dad, who still offer advice like plates of wholesome home cooking. He shows us how family and long term friends sometimes know too much about us. He shows us the sometimes paralyzing realities of growing older and still not having any answers.

There is a twist, of course, which I fell for. I was well on the way to getting irritated with Jeremy for filming certain situations, and then found myself laughing. Laughing Out Loud.

This film is funny and at times uncomfortable and worth watching.

To loosely paraphrase a line from the film, this is a test of intelligence and elitism.
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4.0 out of 5 stars Stunned Applause February 27, 2013
Let's forget for a moment that it's damned hard even knowing yourself, much less a stranger only encountered via his printed word or filtered through the sensibilities of, perhaps errant, others. Consequently, Jeremy Vaeni remains one of those guys I don't really know from frosted new-age Bunny-Pants.

Buckle up. That's as much disclaimer as you are going to get. I try to be fair.

See, "new-age Bunny-Pants" isn't fair. Right out of the gate there is more respect tendered for Mr. Vaeni than mere "Bunny-Pants" will allow, even if that is, unfortunately an initial impression. Yea and verily, "Bunny Pants" suggests an intimation that further investigation may be wasted time; said investigation might be considered... ill advised. "Bunny Pants" abound, indeed, no argument. Not so, our Mr. Vaeni.

So states the printed word and the filtered sensibilities of others, remember; but STAY your shaker of salt for a moment. With regard to Mr. Vaeni? There is suspected there, there, reader. Investigation is warranted, the writer warrants.

...We'll forget for a moment that the son-of-a-bitch can write (in a way that grabs this old soldier by his stacking-swivels)! Why, he's one of only two guys I know I'd like to be able to write more 'like', actually. Additionally, regarding the considered film, Vaeni makes its full motion dimensionality equally hungry for those self-same "swivels" aforementioned! I'm in no way embarrassed. Nor, reader, do I overstate. There is "There" there, as I said.

Still, I don't know him well. He could be another clever charlatan. He could be having a "joke" at our (my) expense. He could be a scabrous, syphilitic, scabe-ridden, scum-bag, also abundantly abounding! I've some unpleasant experience with same.
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2 of 9 people found the following review helpful
1.0 out of 5 stars DO NOT WASTE 90+ minutes of your life on this December 30, 2008
I don't even know what I just watched. From what I could gather, this is a documentary about an obviously disturbed social outcast. There is virtually NOTHING about aliens or UFO's even mentioned.

At first I thought I might appreciate his sense of humor, but then it promptly took a wrong turn. This was a complete and utter waste of time and NO ONE should buy or watch this movie, EVER.
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