When Peter develops the photos later, he discovers there are aliens in the background. I couldn't see them, but that's what he said, so okay. Peter becomes obsessed with seeing the aliens again and soon he gets his wish by being abducted. Hurrah! It doesn't turn out so good and he ends up on a table where it's assumed the probing will commence.
Before being abducted, Peter gave his negatives to a friend, Tony, for safe keeping. Tony is a reporter and starts investigating after Peter disappears. The police don't cotton to this attention as they're trying to keep what's happening under wraps to avoid people freaking the hell out. Soon the police, aliens, bad guys, and everyone else in the film are trying to get those negatives.
It's slow paced, mostly talking, almost void of aliens, and not at all exciting in any way. The most enjoyable part is that they actually use the word Ufologist at one point in the film.
|The exciting world of photography|
|Aliens ships are always stark and spotless|
|Well that certainly is an alien|
|The police wonder what happened here|
|So do all doctors in this country wear sunglasses?|