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X-FILES: THE TRUTH
This epic series is finally brought to a deserving crescendo in this thrilling finale and is a must own for anyone who has ever watched an episode of the X-Files over the last nine years.
Mulder returns after his mysterious disappearance in Season Eight. Where has he been? Has he seeked the truth? In 'The Truth' Mulder is accused of murder and is tried by the FBI. High emotions bounce between all our favourite characters as Scully, Skinner, Monica and Doggert try to prove his innocence. However, there is only one way to do this... to reveal 'The Truth'.
In this eagerly awaited climax to what has been nine years of high quality suspense and drama, important questions must be asked and answered. What happened to Mulder's sister? Who was Mulder's dad? Is Scully's baby an alien? What does the FBI have to hide? What happened to Mulder's half brother? What is the meaning of that 'black slime'? Will Mulder and Scully finally get together?
Only Mulder and Scully can bring you the answers in this explosive feature.
The Truth DVD package is the most exciting and best value X-Files release ever! There are cameos from all our favourite characters over the years including The Lone Gunmen, Krycek, and Cigarette Smoking Man. The value added material has an extra long? 'Reflections on the Truth' documentary including interviews with both Gillian Anderson and David Duchovny and a bonus mythology episode 'William' directed and co-written by David Duchovny. 'William' centres around the mystery of a disfigured man and serves as the perfect lead up the closing chapter.
The X-Files became an overnight phenomenon along with its cast, with Gillian Anderson being voted sexiest female in FHM 1994. The show has won 15 Emmy Awards and 5 Golden Globes. Never has there been such a thrilling and compulsive viewing series, putting the question in everybody's minds - do the X-Files really exist?
Feature running time: 148mins
Subtitles: English for the hard of hearing, French, Dutch, German
Original Aspect Ratio: 1.78: 1 (16 x 9) / Pan & Scan (VHS)
Sound Quality: 2.0 Surround / Hi-Fi Stereo (VHS)
Reflection on The Truth