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Bühler and Mariani's film may be the year's most beguiling cinematic surprise.
The movie is disappointing.
The true-crime documentary "I Touched All Your Stuff," the tale of an American imprisoned in Brazil, proves stranger than fiction.
It all ends up feeling like a mystery novel that simply never revealed the key clues.
Bühler and Mariani make their process part of the narrative, deconstructing the documentary form while delving into Kirk's copious digital life.
A maddening, intriguing, shout-at-the-screen kind of documentary.
Kirk is a natural born storyteller and Bühler an Mariani have a keen sense of the film's narrative structure, allowing the strangeness to steadily escalate.
[A] tantalizing fluffy cautionary tale about the urge toward self-destruction and just how larger-than-life one's own life could become, or at least if you're likely to remain the year's most unreliable onscreen narrator.
Quietly suspenseful. It works best as a simple cautionary tale against seductive con artists.
A documentary whatsit acutely aware of the inherent performance people put into social discourse to maintain appearances.
[The film] is strangely compelling without ever really resolving into anything, its offbeat story and its offbeat treatment combining to provide an entertaining ninety minutes which strive to come across as deeper than it actually is.
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