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Lies We Tell (2017)

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A trusted driver must deal with his dead boss' Muslim mistress, her dark past pulling him into a life-and-death showdown with her notorious gangster cousin/ex-husband.

Director:

Mitu Misra

Writers:

Ewen Glass (screenplay), Andy McDermott (screenplay) | 1 more credit »
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Gabriel Byrne ... Donald
Sibylla Deen ... Amber
Mark Addy ... Billy
Jan Uddin ... KD
Reece Ritchie ... Nathan
Gina McKee ... Heather
Nicholas Farrell ... Anthony Quest
Emily Atack ... Tracey
Harish Patel ... Haji
Harvey Keitel ... Demi
Danica Johnson ... Miriam
Manzar Sehbai Manzar Sehbai ... Zulfikar
Harvey Virdi ... Banu
Hamish Rush Hamish Rush ... Ginger
Aqib Khan ... Pinoo
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A trusted driver must deal with his dead boss' Muslim mistress, her dark past pulling him into a life-and-death showdown with her notorious gangster cousin/ex-husband.

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The Truth Can Kill See more »


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Country:

UK

Language:

English

Release Date:

2 February 2018 (USA) See more »

Filming Locations:

West Yorkshire, England, UK See more »

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2.35 : 1
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Gabriel Byrne and Harvey Keitel appeared in Point of No Return (1993). See more »

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Thought provoking for the discerning viewer
12 January 2018 | by saeedbutt-53957See all my reviews

The film goes beyond the stereotypical view of the average film goer and is no East is East but more like East meets West, with an in your face, look in the mirror type of feel for the discerning viewer.

Much of the filming takes place in the streets of Bradford, and there is some stunning shots and tense scenes which means one cannot help, but feel a degree of sympathy for the push and pull portrayed between safe conservatism and ultra modernism.



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