Full Trailer for Unbelievable Sundance Documentary 'The Imposter'

May 30, 2012
Source: Apple

The Imposter Documentary Trailer

"From as long as I remember, I wanted to be someone else." Now we featured a trailer for the captivating documentary The Imposter back in February, but the video was sadly taken down. But now the official marketing machine has been turned on for Bart Layton's documentary about Frédéric Bourdin, which premiered at Sundance to rave reviews, one from Alex. Bourdin is an adult French criminal who deceived authorities and convinced them that he was a 16-year-old missing child from Texas found in Spain. We interviewed the filmmakers at Sundance, and still couldn't believe this true story. Watch the trailer below!

Here's the first trailer for Bart Layton's The Imposter originally from Apple:

From the Sundance guide: "Like his canny subject, gifted filmmaker Bart Layton (who we interviewed here) pulls off an astonishing coup. Buoyed by eye-catching dramatizations and an enthralling structure that crisscrosses time and place, The Imposter unfolds as a gripping thriller that leaves us dizzy, yet certain that truth is, indeed, stranger than fiction." The documentary played at the Sundance Film Festival and SXSW Film Festival before it was acquired by Indomina for release in theaters this summer on July 13th. Good?

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Looks awesome.

Dalton Weaver on May 30, 2012


Looks like they integrate fictional footage along with actual footage to tell the story. If so, that's awesome.

Jace LeRoy on May 30, 2012


Thoutghful-Genius Cinematic flicks at its best became Documentary (at least for me)

Ehsan Davodi on May 30, 2012


I liked the one with Gary Sinise more.

Jesse Bangerter on May 30, 2012


hilarious comment of the day goes to... JESSE BANGERTER!

DaftBot on May 31, 2012


really well edited trailer. Totally has me hooked. Filmed incredibly. Really can't wait to see this.

DaftBot on May 31, 2012


Released everywhere Ethan?

mooreworthy on May 31, 2012


Yeah, the only danger with this documentary, may be trivialising the boy who originally went missing.

BinaryBob101 on May 31, 2012

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