A two hour film essentially about the possibility of our world being controlled by organisations that aren’t visible to its predominantly vulnerable subjects who, through fear and being inherently impressionable and susceptible, facilitate its existence. Watch the full length film after the break.
If Paradise Lost is epic poetry, Estoteric Agenda is epic conspiracy. Granted, the latter’s structure doesn’t stick to any predetermined format as it should have to do to be genuinely an example of ‘epic’ in the truest sense. Nevertheless, the Estoteric Agenda is densely packed full to the brim with reference after reference used to support and build the point it is trying to make. Both Paradise Lost and the Estorteric Agenda somewhat lean on elements of the old adage that ‘bullshit baffles brains’. Whether everything contained within them to true or not, the details and ideas they construct are so layered and many that the audience find it all but impossible to process them clearly and entirely.
So get yourself a cup of tea or a glass of wine when you have 2 hours to dedicate to a bit of thought and we what you make of it yourself.