By Heinrich Domingo
The cinema stands between the real and imagined. While it is a reflection of reality, its art usually requires creative alteration to appeal to the crowd. It is a challenge then for filmmakers to tell a beautiful unadulterated story. Dahling Nick embodies this critical position of cinema and proves that it can be done. Largely helped by its naturally lovable subject, it turned out to be one of the most outstanding docu-dramas that we have seen in the recent years.