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Sundance 2018: 'American Animals' is a Fun, Unbelievable True Story

American Animals

What happens when a bunch of bored young American teens try to pull off an art heist? That’s the premise behind this new film from director Bart Layton, titled American Animals, which just premiered at the Sundance Film Festival. Back in 2012, Bart Layton brought his documentary The Imposter to Sundance, and I wrote in my review that it’s “one of those unbelievable true stories you just must see to believe.” American Animals is very similar, thematically, to that film in the way that it’s another almost-unbelievable, can’t-believe-it’s-a-true-story story. But this is about of a group of wacky, free-spirited kids who failed miserably trying to pull off an art heist at a local university in Kentucky. It’s creative and fun, but not that memorable. ›››

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