The Imposter

The Imposter

It’s 1994: a 13-year-old boy disappears from his home in San Antonio, Texas. Three and a half years later, he is found alive, thousands of miles away, in Spain. Disoriented and quivering with fear, he divulges his shocking story of kidnap and torture. His family is overjoyed to bring him home. But all is not what it seems. Sure, he has the same tattoos, but he looks decidedly different, and he now speaks with a strange accent. Why doesn't the family seem to notice these glaring inconsistencies? It's only when an investigator starts asking questions that this astounding true story takes an even stranger turn.

Filmmaker Bart Layton chronicles the tale of Frederic Bourdin, a con artist who seemingly tricked a Texas family into believing that he is their 16-year-old son who has been missing for 3 years. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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The Imposter torrent reviews

Hank M (de) wrote: It was a good adaptation and stater for the franchise of movies. It was enjoyable. 62%

Stuart K (mx) wrote: Documentary filmmakers Keith Fulton and Louis Pepe, best known for The Hamster Factor and Other Tales of Twelve Monkeys (1997) and Lost in La Mancha (2002) make their first fictional film based on a novel by Brian Aldiss, adapted by Tony Grisoni, (Fear and Loathing, Tideland), into a straight-faced mockumentary. Set in 1975, it has siamese twins Tom and Barry Howe (played by real-life twins Harry and Luke Treadaway, though they're not siamese in reality :p), who are taken from their reclusive life on an island called L'Estrange Head, just off the coast of East Anglia and groomed into pop-stars by pop promoter Zak Bedderwick (Howard Attfield). They soon become musicians in The Bang Bang, but sex and drugs and women cause friction. A weird little British film, not like anything that has gone before. It has some good tunes and the performances are good, but the mockumentary aspect does wear thin after some time, especially as it tries to be like Gimme Shelter, (it uses it's footage from "behind-the-scenes" of their recording sessions and an unfinished Ken Russell film called "Two-Way Romeo".) Russell even appears, as well as guest stars Jonathan Pryce, John Simm and Jane Horrocks. :P

Steven H (gb) wrote: I just rented this out and i am planning on seeing it tommorow, watch this space for a review soon and it looks really awesome! i cant wait!

Nicholas W (de) wrote: . Rent the original instead. and farrelly brothers sequel

maddie w (es) wrote: Seguel aint as great as the first but still pretty good

Mike P (us) wrote: One of my favorite sports movie and another HBO film that i love. showing the real life stress between two teammates(one, a god to its city, and another a country boy) on the road to beating the Babes single season home run record.

Jesus H (fr) wrote: It was kind of stupid. I did not enjoy it. It had some funny scenes but nothing great

Joe C (br) wrote: A novel idea, a story told from the protagonist's and antagonist's POV, George Sluizer subverts the usual thriller structure and answers all the big questions early on. The rest of the running time in this unnerving thriller is spent turning the the screws on our hero as he attempts to unravel the disappearance of his girlfriend at a busy service station three years before. Slow moving and torturously tense, Sluizer shakes off any embellishment in his adaptation of Tim Krabbe's novel and hones into the crux of what makes thrillers so damn effective; our connection with a character, our inherent instinct to protect him, and the ultimate realization that we can't. The Vanishing is deeply unsettling, shakes hands with horror, at times all-too plausible and all the more horrifying for it. and if you're not discomfited by the ending, you may want to consider selling your blood as jet fuel.

Ian R (ru) wrote: What a fascinating societal study, so interesting to see how they've all changed

Tim G (es) wrote: The best of the Hope/Crosby Road pictures. If you never knew why these were popular films, check this one out.

Barry H (us) wrote: Loved it as a boy, still love it now. A classic.

Raili R (ru) wrote: loved this film. got a bit teary when Chris Brown's character died. The choreography is bloody brilliant! Wouldn't mind owning this movie some day

Jacob B (de) wrote: worst film i have ever seen

Tom D (kr) wrote: This movie has an interesting subject matter that covers the world of sports betting. Al Pacino and Matthew McConaughey have good chemistry together. The script is straight forward but the actors make the material work. I would recommend this movie.

Shawn M (mx) wrote: I like the creepy neighbours character but the movie didn't have enough energy, was just very lazy, predictible and bah....