Nick Schager Reviews Catfish

If you’re buying what Catfish is selling, might I also interest you in some power plant-area property I’m looking to unload? Henry Joost and Ariel Schulman’s film purports to be a straight-shooting documentary account of the relationship that formed between Schulman’s 24-year-old Manhattan photographer brother Nev and the family of an 8-year-old Michigan artistic prodigy named Abby Pierce. Yet from the moment go, there’s something off about this non-fiction account – namely, that it’s quite clearly not non-fiction at all, but rather a counterfeit stunt with a narrative modeled after The Night Listener.

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