Lie with Me 2022

Lie with Me 2022

Lie with Me 2022

Lie with Me 2022
Arrête avec tes mensonges (original title)
1h 38m | Drama | Release date: February 22, 2023 (France)


Upon agreeing to be the brand ambassador for a famous cognac celebrating their bicentennial, novelist Stéphane Belcourt returns to his hometown for the first time in many years. Once there, he meets his first love’s son, Lucas. Memories come rushing back to him: irrepressible attraction, bodies becoming one in the heat of desire, a passion that can never be revealed… His first love’s name was Thomas. They were 17.

User review:

It’s hard to eplain why this movie works. The theme is hardly original as is the plot, but the way this is told is just magnificent, and the acting is brilliant all across the board.

It takes a certain kind of restraint from a filmmaker to tell a small story so tenderly and moving without going for gut punching tearjerking moments. But that is exacty what is on display here. The feelings are real, the emotions run deep, but the actors deliver it all delicate and beautiful.

The ‘older’ cast is wonderful, the ‘son of’ is great to look at but the joy of teenage love in the flashbacks and the actors portraying it make this movie a triumph.

Director: Olivier Peyon
Writers: Philippe Besson, Arthur Cahn, Olivier Peyon
Stars: Guillaume de Tonquédec, Victor Belmondo, Guilaine Londez
Country of origin: France
Languages: French, English
Also known as: Lie with Me
Filming locations: Cognac, Charente, France

Lie with Me 2022

Lie with Me 2022

Lie with Me 2022

Lie with Me 2022

Format : Matroska
Format version : Version 4
File size : 3.26 GiB
Duration : 1 h 38 min
Overall bit rate : 4 760 kb/s

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5 Responses to Lie with Me 2022

  1. Jeff says:

    Agree with the reviewer here. This is a gem. The blend of the past and the present is clever and well done with the acting really good. Many of these movies can tend to be too sad but in this one there is triumph as well and real lessons drawn from real life for all involved.
    Love the play on words in the title too. To ‘lie’ to self and to ‘lie’ with another. Think this will stay with me for some time.

  2. nina says:

    Please reup

  3. brian says:

    Stunning! A must see and a “keeper” for your collection. The lesson learned explained at the conclusion is a message we, straight or gay should carry throughout our lives.

  4. Luis says:

    File has been removed. Possible to reup?

  5. John says:

    Please reupload?

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