The Croppies episode 1 - Silent Circle





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Published on Sep 4, 2013

Are these messeges from supernatural beings, natural phenomena or just beautiful high jinx. Many questions going through the heads of the film producers Frank Hoefer(NuoViso) and Robert Fleischer (Exopolitik) on their way to England. Their destination is Wiltshire in south England. Since the late 80's the numbers of complex formations appearing in wheat fields are rising there. On their arrival the search for crop circles gets more complicated than they thought but the "Silent Circle" leads them on a hot scent...


After the great success of their first crop circle movie from 2008, "New Swirled Order", the two film producers Frank Hoefer from NuoViso Film Productions and Robert Fleischer from Exopolitik are willing to give another try to solve the riddle of the crop circles.
The brandnew series is a lot different than the movie "New Swirled Order" which is available for for free on YouTube. While often experts are in the focus of the movie and scientific anomalies were connected to the crop circles Hoefer and Fleischer choosed the format of an entertaining series.

In eight episodes the viewer accompanies the eight headed film crew of the Croppies to the fascinating wheat formations in the english county of Wiltshire, the world wide epicentre of crop circles. Since their first movie from 2008 both filmmakers learned a view things. Except eatherproofed clothes and gumboots they also took two drones with attached cameras were brought to the United Kingdom. During their research they got the help of UFO researchers with professional surveillance equipment and crop circle researchers on the ground.

"Actually the series is more about a crazy film crew that is trying to make a movie about crop circles." Frank H?fer says. The format was picked by purpose. "We hope to reach a whole new audience that never heard of the phenomenon and doesn't enjoy a pure documentary." On the other side there were pragmatic reasons why the shooting of the movie was in the foreground.
"These formations Spontaneously emerge over night in all kinds of places" says Robert Fleischer. "It was very hard to plan the shooting in the first place and also to create a red line to follow."


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