Chameleon Street
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Chameleon Street
Wendell B. Harris wrote, directed, and stars in Chameleon Street, a sly comedy based loosely on the real-life exploits of conman William Douglas Street, who demonstrates a gift for becoming what people want him to be. The film opens with Street (Harris) being interviewed by a prison psychiatrist. In this scene, he expresses what is basically his mantra, "I think, therefore I scam." The film then flashes back to Street's earlier days, living with his parents, and working for his taciturn father installing burglar alarms. Street eventually marries a beautiful, intelligent woman,… More
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"This troubling biopic, based on the amazing but true story of a black con artist -- is a flawed but brilliantly thought provoking adventure in filmmaking."
‑ Dennis Schwartz, Ozus' World Movie Reviews
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