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REVIEW: The Imposter

THIS REVIEW CONTAINS SPOILERS It’s nothing new for a documentary or another form of nonfiction to play on an observer’s perception of truth as way to increase the engagement of a complex story. In some ways, every piece of supposed … Continue reading

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