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/ The Chameleon (2010) /

How do you know what you see is really the truth?

A son, a brother, a lover, a friend – can we ever know who people say they are?

You can’t die twice.

He was different things to different people. But his lies were the same to all.

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Famke Janssen as: Jennifer Johnson
Directed By: Jean-Paul Salomé
Genre: Biography | Drama | Thriller
Runtime: 106 min

Release Date: 10 June 2011

An FBI Agent is hot on the tracks of Frédéric Fortin who has taken up the identity of a woman’s long lost son completely convincing the police and the boy’s family of his identity.

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Cast Highlights

Marc-André Grondin
Ellen Barkin
Emilie de Ravin

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  • Trivia & Facts

    Loosely based on the story of Frédéric Bourdin, a French serial impostor nicknamed “The Chameleon” by the press. In 1997 Bourdin claimed to be Nicholas Barclay, a Texas native that disappeared 3 years earlier. Although Bourdin had brown eyes and a French accent, he convinced the family he was their blue-eyed son, saying he had escaped from a child prostitution ring.[5] Bourdin lived with the family for almost 5 months until March 6, 1998. In late 1997 a local private investigator grew suspicious while he was working with a TV crew that had been filming the family. In February 1998 the FBI got a court order to take the young man’s fingerprints and DNA, which were later identified as belonging to Bourdin. In September 1998, Bourdin pleaded guilty to passport fraud and perjury in a San Antonio federal court. He was imprisoned for six years.

    External Links

  • The Chameleon (2010) On IMBD
  • The Chameleon (2010) On Wikipedia