Finally and at last! Lies We Tell, directed by first-timer Mitu Misra and starring Gabriel, Sibylla Deen, and Harvey Keitel, opens in theaters in the US and the UK this Friday, February 2, and also becomes available via digital HD as well.
More details about the digital HD availability will be forthcoming, I am sure, so stay tuned.
Here is the official word:
#MondayMotivation—We are finally released In Cinemas & Digital HD this Friday! RETWEET to spread the word. More info on the #LiesWeTell Facebook page: https://t.co/OxceYEAJau pic.twitter.com/RlCDOWG5ps
— Lies We Tell Film (@LiesWeTellFilm) January 29, 2018
“…intriguing thriller that recalls ‘Mona Lisa’. – ⭐️⭐️⭐️ @TimeOutFilm.
— Lies We Tell Film (@LiesWeTellFilm) January 30, 2018
The first review from a major US outlet is a bit lukewarm, but nothing will dampen our spirits for this film! And they do have positive things to say about Gabriel’s performance… wink
…Byrne gives a reliably craggy, soulfully disheveled performance as Donald, a downtrodden middle-aged divorcee working as a chauffeur to Yorkshire-based American billionaire tycoon Demi (Keitel, coasting through a five-minute semi-cameo paycheck role). Loyal and discreet, Donald routinely turns a blind eye to his employer’s clandestine extramarital assignations. But when Demi dies suddenly, he bequeaths his trusted manservant one final task: to spare his family any embarrassment by cutting all ties to his beautiful young Anglo-Pakistani mistress Amber (Australian-born rising star Sibylla Deen).
After exciting months on the festival circuit, it is lovely to see this new film officially make its debut on the big screen. Congratulations to all involved: cast, crew, and those dedicated people behind the scenes who get the word out and tease us with the tempting details! Great work, everyone! heart