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The Imposter

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  1. raigraphixs

    raigraphixs Well-Known Member

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    The first teaser trailer for the documentary The Imposter, which premiered at this year's Sundance Film Festival to rave reviews.

    Directed by Bart Layton, the film will also screen at this year's SXSW Film Festival next month.




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  2. Sam Crow

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    on channel 4 at 9 tonight .. well worth a watch :)
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    raigraphixs Well-Known Member

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    Was going to mention that earlier, i knew i forgotten something :D

    Not seen it myself, already set to record :)
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    highly recommended watch this is...
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    Seen this 2 or 3 times now - once in the cinema with the Q&A with Jon Ronson, the director Bart Layton and producer Dimitri Doganis (on the blu-ray too), plus the PI guy from the film (very entertaining). Definitely one of the best documentaries of last year in my opinion - perhaps only beaten by Werner Herzog's Into The Abyss, but better than Searching For Sugar Man (only just) - and definitely worth seeing. Has a kind of Errol Morris feel to it...he clearly is an influence...but also plays out like a narrative thriller. Interesting to watch more than once to see how your perspective changes, and best documentary editing I've seen since Man On Wire (perhaps even better). Can't praise this film enough really!

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