In the turning point of the series “The Vow,” an unexpected yet a good move of exposing the group NXIVM and its fall is seen. The director and ex-member Mark Vicente are seen telling others urging to cut off that he’s “recording everything.”
The technique works well with strange information on the internal workings of what the prosecutors stated it as a hidden sex party and a documentary that portrays like a spying thriller.
The creators of the series Jehane Noujaim and Karim Amer are said to have worked for years making the story of NXIVM and its dapper leader Keith Raniere who gets caught in a sex-trafficking allegation that affects other members. One of the group members is Allison Mack who is the next in the heir of the Bronfman clan’s wealth.
But the actual tale of NXIVM goes deeper where Raniere had involved several A-listers from Hollywood, rich people, and even the Dalai Lama with whom he has a meeting in spite of the religious head’s warning on getting along with him.
However, there is a reason which is quite weird about “The Vow” which briefly shows people’s weakness to traders who handle things smoothly and how the Raniere group implies them into their true followers.