Catfish (2010)

PG-13   |    |  Documentary, Drama, Mystery


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Young filmmakers document their colleague's budding online friendship with a young woman and her family which leads to an unexpected series of discoveries.


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  • Nev Schulman in Catfish (2010)
  • Nev Schulman in Catfish (2010)
  • Harvey Keitel at an event for Catfish (2010)

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Directors:

Henry Joost , Ariel Schulman

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6 January 2011 | cosmo_tiger
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| A documentary about meeting someone on face-book and wondering if they really are who they say they are. Surprisingly Gripping.
A documentary about a man (Nev) who starts a relationship with a woman he meets on face-book, and starts to wonder how truthful this person is. If you watch the trailer for this movie it is very misleading, not to say its a bad movie but it's not at all what I expected. This is a true life account that I'm sure has happened to many people. An 8 year old girl named Abby starts to send Nev paintings she has done after seeing a picture Nev took in a newspaper. Out of that Nev begins to talk with Angela (Abby's mom) and it carries over to Megan (Abby's sister). After quickly falling in love with Megan, Nev soon discovers Megan may not be who she says she is and plans a trip to visit her and find out the truth. Every once in a while a movie comes along that you just have to keep watching and your not sure why, and when it's over your not sure why it had this grip on you, this is one of those movies. This is not for everyone, being that it is a documentary and slow in parts, but it is very interesting and has an ending that sneaks up on you and affects you in a way you can't explain. At least it did to me. I give it a B-

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