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Spain, 2000: a young man comes out of his silence. He says his name is Nicholas Mark Randall, that he is American and that he was kidnapped four years earlier by members of a cult. To the surprise of the Spanish police, who suspect him of being a recidivist impostor, his sister comes to get him and brings him back to the United States, to Louisiana, where his family seems to recognize him. Local media reports of this miraculous return alert the FBI whose agent, Jennifer Johnson, becomes increasingly suspicious of Nicholas’ true identity and the family’s surprising attitude.
The Chameleon is inspired by the true story of Frederic Bourdin, who was convicted several times for identity theft.

We executive produced this feature film directed by Jean-Paul Salomé.

Selections :
French Film Festival in Czech Republic
Montreal World Film Festival
Tribeca Film Festival (New-York)

Feature film

Directed by Jean-Paul Salomé

Production : Loma Lasha Films

With Marc-André Grondin, Famke Janssen et Ellen Barkin