Monday, July 23, 2018

Imposter (2018)

Moving silent film looks at how we all suffer from imposter syndrome, the feeling that we aren't good enough, or are imposters in our own lives.

Short sweet and to the point director Chris Esper has made a film that pretty much everyone can relate to because we have all felt like an imposter at some point of another. Esper's allegory brings the point home and makes it clear that we are not alone.

A stunning piece of filmmaking, Esper's film might seem a little goofy with the first man's manifestation of doubt being a little boy in an odd hat, but once we see other people with their own versions of themselves we instantly feel connected to tale. Everything clicks and the film becomes a warm mediation  and reflection of our inner selves.

A super film that is recommended.

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