David Icke: Return to Peru
This DVD is for those who have read one his books or know his work through radio or lectures. It doesn't go into any detail with background history about his work or anything you may expect. This on-the-fly edited video is much like his popular ad-lib videos on New York's Occupy movement. This documentary / video is about 90 minutes long and is in stereo, no special audio, no subtitles either or special features. I should also mention that the DVD is like some of the soundtrack releases you may have purchased on Amazon, it's a DVD-r release. With that said, it's because of Amazon that these types of videos and documentaries of a smaller / modest budget see the light of day and easily accessible to the general public. Mainstream certainly ain't going to be supporting it. I'm not slating the efforts of this release at all but worth pointing out as this will not be stated above.
Your reasoning to buy this DVD is to gain Icke's insight and the information. That is what this is about. It is nothing like his lectures, nor does it touch current affairs, previous connect-the-dots or anything on the conspiracy fact arena. Return to Peru is very much a fresh video which allows you to follow Icke, the film crew and members of the public who embarked to the places that changed Icke forever those many years ago. It's a video which features his accounts, his insight on those experiences, with comments from those that joined him on the trip (including Neil Hague), as well the local people. It also features wonderful shots and scenes from Peru's and Boliva's ancient sites. If you're a David Icke "fan" then this is for you. If you're someone who feels connected to these types of subjects, or simply curious then I'd recommend it. Just be aware it's just a video and not an awe DVD special release with all the works that we've all come to expect from big publishers. I'm certainly happy to have been able to buy the DVD to see the trip, gain some insight from it and what it meant for all the people involved.
Pros: Great video, Get to know Icke the spiritual warrior, see the ancient sites of Peru.
Cons: No features, no special audio or subtitles, simple DVD-r release.