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Committing a crime for money makes sense to people.  But when someone pulls off an elaborate, astonishing crime for no monetary gain, it can be baffling.  Bart Layton's documentary The Imposter tells one of these such cases.  It's a shocking, damn near unbelievable true story filled with more twists and shocking secrets than a conventional thriller.  Perhaps even more shocking is that it wasn't nominated for an Academy Award.  Anyways, more about The Imposter's DVD after the jump. In June 1994, 13-year-old Nicholas Barclay went out to play basketball with his friends in San Antonio, TX.  He never returned home and as the years went on, the Barclay family lost hope.  Then in 1997 they got a call from authorities who told them that Nicholas had surfaced in southern Spain.  When he was flown back to the U.S., instead of being greeted by their blue-eyed, Texas born and raised Nicholas, »

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