Sarah Polley's documentary Stories We Tell finds the director/actress exploring a family secret. She had discovered a few years earlier that her biological father was not actually the person she knew as her father; in an effort to fully understand this long-held family secret, Polley interviews every member of her family, and had the man she thought of as her dad write his version of events and record it, using him reading his story as a recurring voiceover throughout the film. Stories We Tell screened at the 2012 Toronto International Film Festival. ~ Perry Seibert, Rovi
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As I began, I tried to project purpose, and only kept watching based on the spectacular reviews and critic's praise.
Is five stars a joke?
I am so disappointed, a wasted night on a treadmill of unworthy story telling. I can't even give it one star. I feel frustratedly misled. I hope this encourages others to write realistic reviews... and not spend an unrewarding night in boredom.