Fraud ★★★★

Holy shitballs. A bit too disorientatingly aggressive in its camerawork for me to fall fully in love with it, but the concept - which, for those of you not in the know, is re-editing hundreds of hours of a family's YouTube video into a fictional narrative more suited to a Haneke movie - is dynamite, and the editing actually is unnervingly great, capturing not just said narrative but longueurs that sell the veracity of it in a way no "found-footage" movie ever nails. Also the only movie I've seen where the end credits, while not containing a single post-credit sequence, are actively essential to fully getting the movie.