“Creepy,” “fascinating” and “mind-boggling” are some of the words critics have used to describe Bart Leyton’s documentary The Imposter. As different as these adjectives are, most of the movie’s audience — as the favorable critic and audience polls on Rotten Tomatoes prove — agree that it is gripping and thought provoking, making it one of the year’s most highly acclaimed documentaries. Yet, as we all know, sometimes expectations lead to disappointments. Such was my experience with the film when I saw it this week at Cinemapolis.
Original Author: Charley Du