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The Imposter

With a plot so riddled with holes you couldn’t believe it if it weren’t fact, The Imposter pushes on the limitations of documentary film-making to present a film where the truth is a constantly shifting sand. Disturbing, creepy, upsetting, and occasionally even amusing, the film’s ace is its parting ambiguity.

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