Harry plays hoaxes on gullible tabloid journalists. But when he gets ambitious and tries to sell the faked memoirs of a contract killer to a publisher, things start to go seriously wrong.

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Harry Greaves
Alphonsia Emmanuel ...
Col
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Ralph
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Vivien Empson
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Blake
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Gordon (as Roger Lloyd-Pack)
Edna Doré ...
Rose
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Paul Greaves
Carol Starks ...
Catherine
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George Empson
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Duggan (as Michael Grady)
Alan Palmer ...
Party Guest Alan
Christopher Scoular ...
Brian
Ian Targett ...
David
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Neil
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Harry plays hoaxes on gullible tabloid journalists. But when he gets ambitious and tries to sell the faked memoirs of a contract killer to a publisher, things start to go seriously wrong.

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25 October 1992 (UK)  »

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Extremely Funny
25 October 2004 | by (Princeton, NJ) – See all my reviews

I saw this movie a few years ago on Star Movies in Bombay. It came back when I saw Molina in Spiderman. Trust Me is a great flick. It is highly enjoyable and laugh-riot from start to finish. Molina plays a compulsive liar with finesse. I have been looking for the DVD. Haven't seen it on any of the cable channels either. It's small films like these which capture one's imagination. There is no hamming. Watch Molina on how to play a likable compulsive liar without being over the top. Thank God this movie has not been made by Hollywood. It would lose its charm. The character would be played by some over-the-top actor and that would spoil this movie for sure. Deserves a 9/10.


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