A young filmmaker is obsessed with capturing his own life on camera. In the process, he drives away his girlfriend, who'd rather have her privacy.
This landmark 1967 faux-documentary finds recently dumped David Holzman (Kit Carson) unloading comic-neurotic monologues straight to the camera. Filmed like cinema verite, it's a well-disguised fiction about the deceptions of cinematic illusionism and the lies we tell ourselves in order to live. New York Times Critics Pick.
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