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Film Review - Nancy


It’s not entirely clear where writer/director Christina Choe received her inspiration to make “Nancy,” but the story of a con artist taking advantage of longstanding grief is similar to the one found in 2012’s “The Imposter.” Mercifully, Choe’s take on essentially the same material is just as vital as the documentary, dramatizing a case of pathological behavior with subtle emotion and deeply considered performances. In keeping with the general presence of the titular character, “Nancy” is distant and observational, but Choe finds a way into the strangeness of the situation, finding unexpected empathy in the midst of potentially off-putting predatory conduct.  Read the rest at


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