The Truth About Lies
Showings
AMC Traders Point 11Sat, Oct 17, 2015 8:15 PM Event Date Passed
 
AMC Traders Point 11Sun, Oct 18, 2015 11:45 AM Event Date Passed
 
AMC Castleton Square 8Tue, Oct 20, 2015 12:15 PM Event Date Passed
 
Wheeler Arts Community TheatreSat, Oct 24, 2015 6:00 PM Event Date Passed
 
Heartland Basile TheatreFri, Jun 17, 2016 9:00 PM Event Date Passed
 
Film Info
Film Type:Official Selection
Narrative Feature
Release Year:2014
Runtime:94
Production Country:USA
Original Language:English
Website:http://thetruthaboutliesmovie.com
Facebook:https://www.facebook.com/pages/The-Truth-About-Lies/519024574851810?pnref=story
Twitter:https://twitter.com/truthliesmovie
Cast/Crew Info
Director:Phil Allocco
Cast:Fran Kranz
Odette Annable
Chris Diamantopolous
Mary Elizabeth Ellis
Miles Fisher
Producer(s):Steve Carr
Jason Taragan
Isen Robbins
Aimee Schoof
Phil Allocco
Kim Jackson
Colleen Camp
Tim Degraye
Screenwriter:Phil Allocco
Executive Producer(s):Janice Fidler
Blondel Aidoo
Deborah Maguire
Description

Join Heartland Film for a screening of 2015 Heartland Film Festival Official Selection, Narrative Feature The Truth About Lies. 

Film Synopsis: Gilby Smalls is having a meltdown. He’s just been fired from his job, lost his apartment in a fire and his girlfriend gave him the boot. And it’s only Wednesday. Now, at the ripe old age of thirty-something, he is forced to move in with May, his booze-swindling man-obsessed mother. This is the last straw. Gilby’s life is bleak until best friend Kevin drags him to a family get-together, where he meets Rachel, Kevin’s very beautiful but very married sister. Rachel is the very thing Gilby needs to get his life back on track. Desperate to impress her, Gilby starts to weave a web of lies; one bigger than the next. Now in a sticky mess, Gilby is forced to face the uncomfortable truth about himself before he can find a way out of his very own lies. 

This film contains some strong language and some sexual content. 

Heartland Film Festival Summer Rewind showcases some of the best Heartland Film Festival movies of the past in an abbreviated, three-day mini-festival format, giving moviegoers an opportunity to experience great independent film in the historic Fountain Square cultural district.

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