Catfish looks at the modern day relationship by examining NYC photographer Nev Schulman, who has recently made the acquaintance of an 8-year old art prodigy from Michigan, Abby Pierce, who saw one of his paintings in a newspaper and sends him a painting of it. Nev is so impressed that he begins personal relations with the Pierce family, who continue to send him paintings of his photos as he talks to mother Angela on the phone, and becomes Facebook friends with the entire family, including Abby's father, brother, and finally her sister Megan. All this is captured on film by Nev's filmmaker brother Ariel Schulman and friend Henry Joost, who try to get every moment even when Nev is in no mood for their company. They're simply looking to make a documentary about the friendship between Nev and Abby, but end up with something completely different.
|The resemblance was much more uncanny in a dark theater|
|The perfect online girlfriend, Megan Faccio|
|Road trip! Wooo!|
|Spending a little too much time online|
|Awww, look at the happily Photoshopped, naked couple|