If you're a fan of TruTV or "Dateline Mysteries," you're gonna absolutely love Bart Layton's pseudo documentary
drama The Imposter, a real life impersonation case with more twists and turns than a roller coaster ride. The
film picks up on June 13th, 1994 when a 13 year old boy named Nicholas Barclay disappears without a trace on
his way home outside San Antonio, Texas. 3 years later he is discovered in a small village in southern Spain. Is
he really the Barclay's son? Or a 35 year-old French-Algerian imposter with ulterior motives? Expertly mixing
documentary footage with dramatic re-enactments and real interviews, The Imposter is a gripping, psychological
tale of childhood trauma, mental reconditioning, and identity theft. Chilling, bizarre, and surprisingly
unpredictable, The Imposter is a crime thriller so real, it's hard to believe.