Critic Consensus: Wild Wild Country succeeds as an intriguing examination of a forgotten piece of American history that must be seen to be believed.
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Over six episodes, Directors Chapman Way and Maclain Way (The Battered Bastards of Baseball) and executive producers Mark and Jay Duplass (Duplass Brothers Productions) take viewers back to this pivotal, yet largely forgotten moment in American cultural history, one in which our national tolerance for the separation of church and state was sorely tested. Wild Wild Country is historical filmmaking brought to life on an epic scale. It's a tale so wild that seeing means barely believing.
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Isn't it just like a cult leader to let a powerful woman do all the work and then take the fall?
Were they all that different from the first pilgrims who came to America? Watch and go figure.
The tale of the Rajneesh commune in Oregon is a tale of regular people (and some extraordinary ones) in all of their beautiful, violent, loving, greedy, generous, selfish, ecstatic, manipulative, messy glory. And that's what makes it so good.
Hey, it is still an exhaustive and utterly absorbing piece of work by brothers Maclain and Chapman Way.
Forget all the click-baity reviews dubbing Wild Wild Country a "sex cult doc" - the truth is far more complicated and fascinating than a group of horny hippies living on a commune.
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