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Sun August 19, 2012
The Imposter at Maiden Alley Cinema
The Imposter plays this weekend at Paducah’s Maiden Alley Cinema. It tells the story of a Texas family whose 13-year-old son goes missing only to be found three years later, thousands of miles away in Spain. Or so it would seem. Critics have praised the film, calling it “noir-ish” and a “gothic” thriller. It’s also a true story. The documentary blends reality and re-creation as those involved related what happened, and how it happened. Maiden Alley’s Larry Thomas and I take a look at The Imposter.