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  • Friday 02 October 2009
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  • Wednesday 28 April 2010
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  • Mytho-Man
  • Québec L'invention du mensonge
  • L'Invention du mensonge
  • Primo dei bugiardi
  • Il
  • O Primeiro Mentiroso

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The Invention of Lying (2009)

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The film features a high concept narrative set in an alternate reality in which there is no such thing as lying and everything said is the absolute truth. In this world people make blunt, often cruel statements, including those that people would normally keep to themselves.
There is a lack of religious belief, and the absence of fiction results in a movie industry limited to lecture-style historical readings, and advertisements as bluntly truthful as the people are.

Mark Bellison is an unsuccessful lecture-film writer who is assigned to write about the 1300s, a "very boring" era. One night he goes out on a date with the beautiful, charming and wealthy Anna McDoogles . She tells Mark she is not attracted to him, due to his looks and unsuccessful financial situation, but is going out with him to satisfy her extremely prejudicial mother and as a favour to Mark's friend Greg Kleinschmidt .

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