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||IMDB Rating: 7.1/10 from 4,693 votes
||Release: 11 November 2011 (UK) /
||Director: Errol Morris,
||Stars: Dr. Hong, Jackson Shaw, Joyce McKinney, Kent Gavin, Peter Tory, Troy Williams
||Synopsis: Tabloid stories centered on the activities of Joyce McKinney, a former beauty queen with a self-reported IQ of 168, over her life are presented. Beyond her beauty pageant days, McKinney first hit the tabloid pages in Britain in what was largely coined "The Case of the Manacled Mormon". As reported by McKinney in interviews, she, a southern Christian originally from North Carolina, got involved with a group of Mormons in her pursuit of true love, without knowing they were Mormons or anything about Mormonism. She fell in love with one of those Mormons, Kirk Anderson, the two who were to be married. After he disappeared without saying anything to her, she, with the help of a private investigator and some male friends and new acquaintances, tracked him down in England where he was being brainwashed by Mormon elders, that brainwashing which included the notion of sex with and marriage to her, a non-Mormon, as taboo. He left with her voluntarily, she who took him away to a secluded cottage ... Written by Huggo
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Greetings again from the darkness. Truth is often stranger than
fiction. But what happens when the truth is elusive? Well "Tabloid"
proves it doesn't matter ... strange is still strange! Superb
documentarian Errol Morris serves up his most 'whacked out' profile
Mr. Morris has described his work in documentary films as falling into
one of two categories: 'Completely Whacked Out' and 'Politically
Concerned'. The latter category includes his brilliant films "The Fog
of War" and "The Thin Blue Line". The 'whacked' category includes
"Fast, Cheap & Out of Control" and "Mr. Death: The Rise and Fall of
Fred A Leuchter". I highly recommend any and all of these.
This latest subject, Joyce McKinney, may not be immediately familiar to
you. In 1977, she became infamous as the key player in the British
tabloid storyline named "Case of the Manacled Mormon". She was accused
of following a Mormon missionary to the U.K., kidnapping him,
handcuffing him to a bed, and using him as her sex slave. To really
understand the story, one must realize the lack of knowledge that the
British press had towards the Mormon church at the time. They truly
viewed it as a cult.
Ms. McKinney has never stopped her accusations that the Mormon leaders
created a cult environment, and brain washed men and women alike. Her
stance is a huge part of why her story, or stories, are impossible to
take seriously. Her story is that she and Kirk Anderson fell in love
and the church forced them apart by shipping Anderson off on a
missionary trip to England. Mr. Anderson has refused all interview
requests since his release, but he claimed he requested the trip to
escape the obsessive clutches of Joyce.
The amazing thing that I noticed while watching this film is that I
didn't care about the truth. Even the filmmaker, Mr. Morris, doesn't
seem to care about the truth. The fascination is with the personality
of the enigmatic Joyce McKinney. Her direct interviews are mesmerizing.
When she states "a person can tell a lie so many times that they
believe it's true", we have to laugh outloud. Her stories are so
convoluted, yet told with such conviction.
I certainly don't wish to spoil the entertainment value afforded by her
first person story telling, so I will concentrate on the presentation
by Mr. Morris. He seems to really enjoy the tabloid approach and uses
graphics and imagery to add detail and structure. His use of the score
is highly effective and quite unusual for a documentary. He provides
the stage for this former Miss Wyoming to perform. And perform she
For comparison purposes, I have nothing. My first thought was a train
wreck. Then a circus side show. Neither of those do justice to this
unique story of a most unusual woman presented by a visionary
filmmaker. All I can say is, you must see it to believe it ... or not.
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, Jackson Shaw
, Joyce McKinney
, Kent Gavin
, Peter Tory
, Troy Williams
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