DVD, Blu-ray, Download and On-Demand on 7 January 2013 from Picturehouse Entertainment and Revolver and will leave you wondering if the truth really is stranger than fiction. We have three copies of the Blu-ray to give away to our readers. In 1994, 13-year-old Nicholas Barclay disappeared from his home in San Antonio, Texas. Three and a half years later, he was found alive, thousands of miles away in Spain. Disorientated and quivering with fear, he divulges his shocking story of kidnap and torture. His family is overjoyed to bring him home, but all is not what it seems. Despite having the same tattoos, he looks decidedly different and now speaks with a strange French accent. Its only when a private investigator starts asking questions that this astonishing true story takes an even stranger turn. Directed by Bart Layton, this bold and utterly unmissable true crime story is one of the most talked about films of the year. Intriguing and gripping in equal measures, Layton combines both documentary and stylised visualisations to unveil the jaw-dropping true story of Nicholas Barclays disappearance. As the truth begins to dawn on you, another emerges leaving you even further on edge as deception comes home... The film creates a wonderful cohesion between real interview footage and filmed re-enactments, making THE IMPOSTER a thriller filled with twists that you dont see coming its about the lies that we tell ourselves to find the truth. An absolute must-see for all film fans this New Year, THE IMPOSTER is available on DVD, Blu-ray, Download and On-Demand on 7 January 2013 from Picturehouse Entertainment and Revolver and available now for pre-order. Produced by Dimitri Doganis, the film is an A&E IndieFilms, Film4 and Channel 4 presentation of a RAW Production in association with Red Box Films and Passion Pictures. Executive producers on the film are John Battsek (One Day in September, Restrepo) and Simon Chinn (Man on Wire, Project Nim), Robert DeBitetto, Molly Thompson, Bob Sharenow, Katherine Butler and Tabitha Jackson. The film was supported by the BFI through the P&A Fund. For your chance to win, first like us on Facebook... Already a fan? You can skip this part. ... and then email email@example.com with the e-mail header The Imposter along with your full name and address and that you're over 15 years of age.