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Wednesday, March 7, 2012
March 8, 2012
The Saugatuck Center for the Arts Reel to Reel Series
Academy Award-winner Errol Morris' Tabloid follows the much
stranger-than-fiction adventures of Joyce McKinney, a former "beauty
queen" whose single-minded devotion to the man of her dreams leads her
across the globe and directly onto the front pages of the British tabloid
Joyce's crusade for love and personal vindication, as
illustrated by Morris, takes her through a surreal world of gunpoint abduction,
manacled Mormons, oddball accomplices, bondage modeling, magic underwear and
dreams of celestial unions. This notorious affair is barking mad.
Equal parts love story, film noir, brainy B-movie and
demented fairy tale, TABLOID is a delirious meditation on hysteria - both
public and personal - from a filmmaker who continues to break down and blow
open the documentary genre with his penetrating portraits of eccentric and
profoundly complex characters.
In TABLOID, Morris concocts another jaw-dropping portrayal,
this time of a phenomenally driven woman whose romantic obsessions and
delusions catapult her over the edge into scandal-sheet notoriety and an unimaginable
Long before the days of Lindsay, Britney and the 24-hour
news cycle, Joyce McKinney reigned as the ensnaring Femme Fatale accused of
sexual defiance. In TABLOID, she is back, and Morris offers up his best guilty