Engrossing documentary about a supposed child prodigy who, at the age of 5, was having her abstract paintings sold for tens of thousands of dollars. When her actual artistic abilities are called into question and people begin to suspect her father (also a painter) of helping her everything begins to fall apart. The exploitative amorality of art dealers as well as the naive gullibility of art collectors is explored in great depth. Furthermore the whole question of what constitutes “art”, especially in the area of abstract expression, is handled very well. The interviews with her parents are difficult to watch while the gallery owner who latches onto the family is sleaze personified.