The Imposter

fluoro was given a look into the world of an imposter.

A thirteen year-old boy disappears without a trace from San Antonio, Texas. Three and a half years later he is found alive in Southern Spain.

The Imposter, a tragic story of a fraud claiming to be a young missing boy will leave you on the edge of your seat. The documentary follows the story of Frederic Bourdin a Frenchman, whose scam begins after being found by police stranded on the streets of Spain. Bourdin fools the family and the authorities despite his accent, dark features and age that he is the long vanished blonde haired blue- eyed son.

The documentary explores the concept of impersonation, but the real scam raises the question of who is deceiving who.

The Imposter is available now, through Madman Films (Australia).

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