In 1968 Dennis Wilson of the Beach Boys met a dynamic and passionate singer/songwriter and introduced him to Hollywood. The two set out to record that artist's first professional album. The...
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In 1968 Dennis Wilson of the Beach Boys met a dynamic and passionate singer/songwriter and introduced him to Hollywood. The two set out to record that artist's first professional album. The album became known as 'LIE.' In 1969 this artist achieved incredible fame, but not for his music. The artist's name was Charles Manson. Written by
I found this short film online because I had enjoyed another film that Vaughn Juares / Joseph Schneider had worked on called Blowing Bubbles (a comedic short).
I'll admit that I was searching for comedy and definitely did not find it in Lie. However, from the very beginning, this narrated biopic caught my interest.
I won't spoil the story for anyone who hasn't had the privilege of watching this film yet but let me just say that this is a true story involving one of the Beach Boys and Charles Manson. I had never heard this story before and wouldn't have expected a 10 minute short to tell as well as Lie does.
Joseph Schneider and Ryan Kiser gave great performances. This is a must watch
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