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Leif Jacobson 4 years ago
A really incredible story. Go into this one knowing as little as possible.
David Richard Laffan over 5 years ago
Great film. Shows how humanity hides behind masks
Robyn Hamilton almost 6 years ago
It may be a little staged but it's coined a term and is worth the watch!
Henke 6 years ago
Interesting docu.
Kylee Olson 6 years ago
Emma Hatcher over 6 years ago
Tricky and enticing
Kealey Nutt over 6 years ago
Mark Stanley-Adams over 7 years ago
The 'OMG shock-revelation' feels slightly disingenuous, but worth a watch nonetheless.
Adam Hetherington over 7 years ago
Not being able to answer "is this true?" is good enough reason for it to be briliant
Dominic Dirupo over 7 years ago
Kind of interesting but there is only about 20 mins of film stretched out to 90
Hiram Soto 10 months ago
lane soward almost 3 years ago
vics over 3 years ago
Cait over 3 years ago
AJ almost 4 years ago
Josh Persky over 4 years ago
Hannah Newman almost 5 years ago
Isioma O. almost 5 years ago
"Nev, a 24-year-old New York–based photographer, has no idea what he’s in for when Abby, an eight-year-old girl from rural Michigan, contacts him on MySpace, seeking permission to paint one of his photographs. When he receives her remarkable painting, Nev begins a friendship and correspondence with Abby’s family. But things really get interesting when he develops a cyber-romance with Abby’s attractive older sister, Megan, a musician and model. Prompted by some startling revelations about Megan, Nev and his buddies embark on a road trip in search of the truth. Catfish centers on a riveting mystery that is completely a product of our times, where social networking, mobile devices, and electronic communication so often replace face-to-face personal contact. Henry Joost and Ariel Schulman’s grounded documentary is a remarkable and powerful story of grace within a labyrinth of online intrigue." Quoting the description from the 2010 Sundance Film Festival site.
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