Roxie Releasing | Release Date: April 3, 2009
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joomjim4Jun 18, 2012
The film represents a wild mind game of the female writer who was accused for being a con-writer who made up all the story and successfully fool thousands of people. It is outrageously entertaining due to such complexity the writer offeredThe film represents a wild mind game of the female writer who was accused for being a con-writer who made up all the story and successfully fool thousands of people. It is outrageously entertaining due to such complexity the writer offered for the viewers to judge. This woman could probably be the the pitiest writer or the most transparent con-"artist" we've ever seen. Expand
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BillBApr 10, 2009
This film will have you talking for hours after you see it. I've seen it 3 times and I'm still baffled and fascinated by the protagonist Norma Khouri. It is easily the best documentary (along with MAN ON WIRE) of the past 2 years. This film will have you talking for hours after you see it. I've seen it 3 times and I'm still baffled and fascinated by the protagonist Norma Khouri. It is easily the best documentary (along with MAN ON WIRE) of the past 2 years. It's a shame it wasn't eligible for an Academy Award nomination (showed on Aussie TV before U.S. theatrical release). Don't miss this film!! Expand
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SunnyAApr 10, 2009
Roxie releasing continues to jam out some in-depth films that tackle things that are important to the most overlooked populations in our society. Yay, baby.
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RachelHApr 10, 2009
The story unfolded in such a surprising manner, I found myself talking about it (and dumbfounded by it) long after having seen it. It is unusual for a documentary to posses such strong elements of mystery. Perhaps this is because the subject The story unfolded in such a surprising manner, I found myself talking about it (and dumbfounded by it) long after having seen it. It is unusual for a documentary to posses such strong elements of mystery. Perhaps this is because the subject matter is mysterious to us as well as the Director herself. Expand
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JamesM.Apr 8, 2009
A fascinating film that demonstrates in both form and substance almost as many ways to twist the truth as there are sands in the desert. What's best about this film is the film makers ability to keep audiences guessing even after the A fascinating film that demonstrates in both form and substance almost as many ways to twist the truth as there are sands in the desert. What's best about this film is the film makers ability to keep audiences guessing even after the film is over what is lie and what is truth. Watching this woman speak for nearly two hours, filmgoers might be forgiven for checking their wallets on the way out of the theater. Expand
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