After his recent string of political films, Errol Morris returns to his journalistic roots in Tabloid, a quirky account of former model Joyce McKinney who was accused of raping a Mormon Missionary in 1977. This unbelievable tale is captured with poignant distinction as it examines the distortions of reality that are presented by the media and the lies that we tell ourselves to be true.
Click here to read full review.

After his recent string of political films, Errol Morris returns to his journalistic roots in Tabloid, a quirky account of former model Joyce McKinney who was accused of raping a Mormon Missionary in 1977. This unbelievable tale is captured with poignant distinction as it examines the distortions of reality that are presented by the media and the lies that we tell ourselves to be true.

Click here to read full review.

After his recent string of political films, Errol Morris returns to his journalistic roots in Tabloid, a quirky account of former model Joyce McKinney who was accused of raping a Mormon Missionary in 1977. This unbelievable tale is captured with poignant distinction as it examines the distortions of reality that are presented by the media and the lies that we tell ourselves to be true.
Click here to read full review.

After his recent string of political films, Errol Morris returns to his journalistic roots in Tabloid, a quirky account of former model Joyce McKinney who was accused of raping a Mormon Missionary in 1977. This unbelievable tale is captured with poignant distinction as it examines the distortions of reality that are presented by the media and the lies that we tell ourselves to be true.

Click here to read full review.

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