An FBI Agent is hot on the tracks of Frédéric Fortin who has taken up the identity of a woman's long lost son completely convincing the police and the boy's family of his identity.
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The Chameleon is a true story and similar to The Imposter. In both films, a boy is discovered who could be the lost son; it would appear that both mothers may know more than they have said to investigators. What was fascinating is what happened to the young men once they were found out and in later years. Both had similar experiences. It's an interesting and rather unsettling film.