The Mimic (2020)
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A man suspects his friend may be a sociopath and goes to extreme lengths to uncover the truth about him and his wife, who he eventually begins to fancy.
A comedy where our main character learns that imitation may not be the sincerest form of flattery when he is befriended by a younger neighbor on the town's newspaper staff. The Kid, who is married but childless, knows no one in town. The Narrator knows everyone in town. As times goes on, the Narrator begins to wonder about the Kid's Wife and what kind of woman could marry a guy like this. Perhaps she just might be the woman for him.
This clever, intriguing, and hysterically funny feature follows the main character - 'the Narrator' who is befriended by his young new neighbor 'the Kid', after he joins the local newspaper team. Obsessed with the idea that the Kid may be a sociopath, the Narrator goes to extreme lengths to uncover the truth about him, and his wife, who he ultimately begins to fancy. Between long walks down the street, a twisted dinner date, and a car drive gone terribly wrong, the Narrator gets closer and closer to the truth about the Kid. But the truth, as he finds, is anything but what he expected it to be.
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