Rated PG-13 · 88 minutes · 2010

When Nev Shulman, a New York photographer, receives a Facebook request from a child named Abby, he cannot guess the unusual odyssey on which he will soon embark. Abby sends Nev an unusually skilled painting based on one of his photos. Intrigued, he begins online relationships with the rest of Abby's family, including her older sister, Megan. Though troubling inconsistencies soon emerge, Nev continues his online flirtation with Megan, resulting in a road trip to meet her in person.
Official Site: www.iamrogue.com/catfish
Director: Ariel Schulman and Henry Joost
Producer: Henry Joost, Ariel Schulman, Andrew Jarecki and Marc Smerling




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Indy Week Catfish is another dodgy doc One of the most buzzed-about films at this year's Sundance, Catfish examines the very real world of downtrodden, bored, criminally inclined or just mischievous people reinventing themselves in cyberspace. by Neil Morris 09/22/2010
The Coast Halifax Don't spoil Catfish This doc is infuriating and untrustworthy, but try to stop watching. by Tara Thorne 10/07/2010
Colorado Springs Independent Opening this week Catfish, It's Kind of a Funny Story, Life As We Know It, The Tillman Story 10/07/2010
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Creative Loafing Atlanta Catfish, Social Network refresh our ideas about Facebook Snappy, engrossing movies provide status updates of the online zeitgeist by Curt Holman 09/24/2010
Portland Mercury Face to Face Catfish wants you to know that in the world of Facebook profiles, not all is as it seems. But, uh, you already knew that. by Marjorie Skinner 09/23/2010

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