Filmmaker Jon Foy investigates the mystery of the so-called "Toynbee tiles" -- bizarre plaques that have appeared embedded in concrete in cities throughout the U.S. and South America since the 1980s, and feature enigmatic messages about resurrecting the dead. Now, the more that Jon and his friend Justin Duerr search for answers, the greater their obsession with uncovering the truth behind these obscure artifacts grows. ~ Jason Buchanan, Rovi
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I'm also going to disagree with the people who hated this. But it is a little bit specialized. If you've walked past one of these things regularly and wondered what it was, this may be for you. If you've never heard of this weird piece of Americana, you might not care that much. I think some people looked at the title and assumed it was about something like Stonehenge or occult rituals, and if you go into it with that attitude you won't like it.
This movie is only interesting because it follows the obsessive quest of a couple of individuals who are socially disenfranchised, if not diagnosably ill, to solve a mystery left by another social outcaste who also may be mentally ill.