If you've devoured all the information about the Church of Scientology (in the form of books, documentaries, and magazine articles) that's been released in the last few years, you'll definitely want to check out Louis Theroux's new documentary, My Scientology Movie.
According to The Guardian, filmmaker Theroux went to L.A. and cast actors to portray some of the major players in the Church of Scientology, including L. Ron Hubbard successor and head honcho David Miscavige (of missing wife fame) and Scientology's unofficial celebrity spokesperson, Tom Cruise. Theroux also enlisted the aid of former Scientology higher up, Marty Rathbun.
With Rathbun's extensive insider knowledge, Theroux attempts reenactments with the actors of some of Scientology's practices, including "auditing" sessions using E-meters (which the organization publicly acknowledges) and "The Hole," the terrifying-sounding place where errant
cult church members are (allegedly) sent for punishment. (The organization claims it does not exist).
Along with the reenactments, the movie also features the attempts of the famously secretive (and paranoid) organization to interfere with and/or shut down Theroux's filming once they caught wind of it. Looks like it didn't work.