Making of The Imposter, by director Bart Layton.
Bart Layton: As a documentary maker, you could wait a lifetime to happen upon a story as unusual and as extraordinary as this one.
A thirteen-year-old boy from San Antonio, Texas, goes missing without a trace.
Nicholas Barclay: It's nice to meet you, Nic.
The thought of what somebody could've done to him, it gives you nightmares.
Producer Dimitri Doganis: Three years later his family are contacted by the authorities and told that their son and brother has turned up in a children's home in Spain. And the family, the FBI and the State Department kind of spring into action and go to get him. And when they go to Spain, their missing loved one is different. He has dark eyes, not blue eyes. He has dark hair, not blond hair. He speaks with a thick French accent, not a Texan twang.
Special agent Nancy B. Fisher: What? No one would be wrong about something like that.
Carey Gibson (Nicholas' sister): We didn't need to prove who he was. We knew who he was.
All is not quite as it seems.
Charlie Parker (private investigator): Wait a minute. Maybe he was not Nicholas Barcley. You're gonna finally tell me who you are.