The Cult of JT LeRoy
A Tale of Literary Celebrity and Fraud

Marjorie Anne Sturm
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Anna

I never knew about JT LeRoy before watching this film but I'm so glad I did! What a crazy experience. I especially love the intricate storytelling by filmmaker Marjorie as she follows several of JT's most dedicated fans as they draw closer and closer to the truth.

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marjoriesturm

Hello, thank you for watching my film. It was quite challenging to make, and I hope you appreciate the madness. Please feel free to reach out with any questions or comments that you have. Enjoy!

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