Errol Morris is the kind of master filmmaker that can essentially do no wrong. He’s one of the best documentarians of our time, and his output seems to get better and better. With Tabloid, he sets out to try to capture every side of a truly complex story – one that involves that damned old sin of love and lust and the press.

Depending on who you ask, Joyce McKinney either rescued the man she loved from brainwashing Mormons by taking him on a sex-laden trip or she kidnapped him from his devout religious community, chained him to a bed and raped him. Or, there are several other options if those don’t suit you.

Sexy and confusing. That’s how I like ‘em.

Would you go see it?

Source: Apple


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