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A gripping thriller straight out of real life, THE IMPOSTER is an original film experience that walks the razor’s edge between true-crime documentary and stylish noir mystery.
The twisting, turning tale begins with an unsettling disappearance – that of Nicholas Barclay, a 13 year-old Texas boy who vanishes without a trace. Three and a half years later, staggering news arrives: the boy has been found, thousands of miles from home in Spain, saying he survived a mind-boggling kidnap ordeal. His family is ecstatic to have him back no matter how strange the circumstances – but things become far stranger once he returns to Texas.
Though the family accepts him, suspicion surrounds the person who claims to be Nicholas. How could the Barclay’s blonde, blue-eyed son have returned with darker skin and eyes? How could his personality and even accent have changed so profoundly? Why does the family not seem to notice the glaring differences? And if this person who has arrived in Texas isn’t the Barclay’s missing child . . . who on earth is he? And what really happened to Nicholas?
Director Bart Layton fuses confessional interviews and suspenseful storytelling into a film that asks the audience to play detective – as they ferret out the blurred evidence between a family who seems desperate to believe, a private investigator obsessed with resolution and a lonely thief whose only loot is human identities. Yet, just when it seems the puzzle of Nicholas Barclay has come together, another corkscrew twist turns everything upside down – and draws the audience deeper into THE IMPOSTER’S lacerating questions about truth, perception and why people are so tempted to pretend, to fib and, most of all, to fool ourselves.
A&E Indie Films, Film 4 and Channel 4 present a RAW production in association with Red Box Films and Passion Pictures, THE IMPOSTER. The film is directed by Bart Layton and produced by Dimitri Doganis. The executive producers are Simon Chinn (PROJECT NIM, MAN ON WIRE) and John Battsek (ONE DAY IN SEPTEMBER, RESTREPO, THE TILLMAN STORY, PROJECT NIM).
Blonde, blue and spiky! We have the details on all the crazy hair from the 2013 Met Gala! The fashion elite took punk to a whole new level. Anne Hathaway shocked everyone for her daring new blonde 'do. Taking it one step further was Nicole Richie who went all white--with everything--including her hair! Then there was Miley Cyrus who went with a crazy spiked hair 'do, and we love it! So, did you love the new hair looks? Let us know by posting a comment below!
The body of a skinny pale geek becomes a blonde blue-eyed muscle-bound hunk thanks to a mysterious magic woman. This from the 80's movie Hunk. Sorry for the glitch around the 3:22 mark. He called his little 'best friendl' Oscar.
This is the transformation, wake-up and mirror scenes.
World Premiere at the 2006 Festival de Cannes, Director's Fortnight: The flagship of the 2009 San Joaquin Children's Film Festival, AZUR and ASMAR is the story of two boys raised as brothers. Blonde, blue-eyed, white skinned Azur and black-haired, brown-eyed, dark-skinned Asmar are lovingly cared for by Asmar's gentle mother, who tells them magical stories of her faraway homeland and of beautiful, imprisoned Fairy Djinn waiting to be set free. Time passes, and one day Azur's father, the master of the house, provokes a brutal separation. Azur is sent away to study, while Asmar and his mother are driven out, homeless and penniless.
Years later, as a young adult, Azur remains haunted by memories of the sunny land of his nanny, and sets sail south across the high seas to find the country of his dreams. Arriving as an immigrant in a strange land, Azur is rejected by everyone he meets on account of his "unlucky" blue eyes, until finally he resolves never to open those eyes again. The once-beautiful child clad in gold is reduced to a blind beggar. Yet, blind though he is, little by little and step by step, he discovers a beautiful and mysterious country. Meanwhile, back in her homeland, Azur's nanny has become a wealthy merchant and Asmar has grown into a dashing horseman. Reunited but now as adversaries, the two brothers set off on a dangerous quest to find and free the Fairy of the Djinn.
From GKids: AZUR and ASMAR is an incredibly unique film whose visual beauty and artistic pedigree (French animation master Michel Ocelot's previous film, Kirikou and the Sorceress, was hailed as a "film of the year," and Azur and Asmar has already garnered incredible reviews from playing the Cannes Film Festival) ensures the interest of arthouse and upscale crowds, while the film's animated swashbuckling adventure can easily appeal to mainstream family audiences looking for something new and exciting. The film has been compared to classics like Spirited Away and other Hayao Miyazaki films, as well as Pan's Labyrinth, Persepolis, and Triplets of Belleville.
The clip talking with girl friends from Jungle Fever (1991)
You gonna finally have a wedding?
No... I don't know.
You're wearing that ring.
Why are you so happy?
It isn't about Paulie.
I'm not glowing.
So what is it?
What's going on?
All right, but you gotta swear. Like on a stack of bibles.
Swearing on a zillion rosary beads.
I swear on my great-grandmother.
We swear, what?
I'm seeing somebody.
Yeah? You two-timing?
Who are you seeing?
Somebody from work.
That new job?
That was quick.
A very fancy place.
So what's he look like? Who is this guy?
What's his name?
It's a weird name.
Flipper? What the fuck kind of name is Flipper?
I told you it's a weird name. Don't laugh.
Is he a blond, blue-eyed surfer type?
Right? What is that?
You did it with a black guy?
If your father finds out...
He's not gonna.
Of course not!
Not from us.
I'm just saying, keep it quiet.
Look at Gina.
She brought a black guy in. Look what they did to him.
Why you talking about that Puerto Rican crackhead?
She brought him in and they killed the guy.
You better be careful.
She's not stupid enough to bring him in.
The clip talking about the Italian girls from Jungle Fever (1991)
Paulie, give me another chocolate egg cream.
That's five egg creams you're drinking.
What, does Donna got you in a state?
I think she's banging the big blond-headed guy.
The one with the big blue eyes, the pretty boy.
What's that supposed to mean?
Oh, pretty boy
I'm only telling ya.
Just cos I don't look like that. Tall, blond, blue eyes.
That don't mean I don't feel like that.
What am I? Some kind of Neanderthal?
These fucking Italian girls. They're all the same.
You'd think... you'd think they'd want their own kind.
Nah, nah. What do they want?
Fucking Robert Redford, they want. Harrison Ford.
They got money, that's why.
Who's that other WASP? William Hurt.
White Anglo-Saxon Pricks.
Those bums don't know shit about fucking romance.
Guess who's coming now.
A blond, blue-eyed baby has been born to black parents with no known white ancestry
I get a lot of questions of what products I used to dye my hair and how I got it from black to blonde.
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Indola Rapid Blonde Blue Dust-Free Powder Bleach -
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A gripping thriller straight out of real life, THE IMPOSTER is an original film experience that walks the razor's edge between true-crime documentary and stylish noir mystery. The twisting, turning tale begins with an unsettling disappearance--that of Nicholas Barclay, a 13 year-old Texas boy who vanishes without a trace. Three and a half years later, staggering news arrives: the boy has been found, thousands of miles from home in Spain, saying he survived a mind-boggling ordeal of kidnap and torture by shadowy captors. His family is ecstatic to have him back no matter how strange the circumstances--but things become far stranger once he returns to Texas. Though the family accepts him, suspicion surrounds the person who claims to be Nicholas. How could the Barclay's blonde, blue-eyed son have returned with darker skin and eyes? How could his personality and even accent have changed so profoundly? Why does the family not seem to notice the glaring differences? And if this person who has arrived in Texas isn't the Barclay's missing child... who on earth is he?