The Truth About Lies

Gilby Smalls, a desperate, unemployed man who lives with his mother, weaves an ever-growing web of lies to impress a beautiful woman.

Thursday, November 16th at 7:30PM

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RUNTIME: 94-minutes

GENERAL INFORMATION

This is a GENERAL ADMISSION screening event.
If someone in your party has a request for seating accommodation…
...please call our Box Office: 781-646-4849 for assistance with seating.
Doors Will Open: 6:45PM

TICKETING INFORMATION

ALL SEATS: $10.00 In-Advance (...Fee Added for Online or Phone Orders)
Regent Member Seating: $3.00-OFF
Veterans: Half-Priced
Seniors: $2.00-OFF
$13.00 At-the-Door

...THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 16th at 7:30PM

 

 

EXCLUSIVE REGENT THEATRE OFFER

“DINNER and a SHOW” is available for this performance. Call the Box Office for your vouchers at 781.646.4849 or click below for more info…

 

 

 

 

 

 

Storyline…
Gilby Smalls (Fran Kranz) is having a meltdown. He’s just been fired from his job, lost his apartment in a fire and his girlfriend gave him the boot. And it’s only Wednesday. Now, at the ripe old age of thirty-something, he is forced to move in with May, his booze-swindling man-obsessed mother. This is the last straw. Gilby’s life is bleak until best friend Kevin drags him to a family get-together, where he meets Rachel, Kevin’s very beautiful but very married sister.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


Rachel (Odette Annable) is the very thing Gilby needs to get his life back on track. Desperate to impress her, Gilby starts to weave a web of lies; one bigger than the next. Now in a sticky mess, Gilby is forced to face the uncomfortable truth about himself before he can find a way out of his very own Lies. The Truth About Lies explores the potent role lying plays in relationships and life with some surprising results!


 

 

 


 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

REVIEW QUOTES:
The film is an entertaining “Rom-Com.” — Huffington Post
”...will keep you almost constantly laughing.” —  Detroit Cinephile Blog
“Clever, creative, and kept me laughing. Favorite film so far.”reallifewithjane.com

 

 


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