A slumming decline from the bold, cutting intelligence that Errol Morris showed in The Thin Blue Line and other films. His documentary subject is Joyce McKinney, a former Wyoming beauty queen turned sex worker and minor celebrity. Her obsessive fling with a shocked Mormon missionary became tabloid fodder in Britain. This can be entertaining, in a creepy way, but it’s clear that Joyce is a vain, deluded conniver. Morris, though aware of the kitsch, seems mesmerized by her. The film is too patchy and eccentric to be a real probe of sex fixation or mad-media mania. (2011) — David Elliott
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