The lie is a psychological horror film written and directed by Veena Sud, released on October 6, 2020, by Amazon Studios. The film is a remake of the 2015 German film We Monsters, and indeed a remarkable show for viewers who want to see some horror stuff on the screens. The film performed financially and received generally positive reviews with praise for Sud’s direction, the acting, musical score, special effects, and cinematic horror and suspense scenes. The movie’s plot revolves around the life of a father and daughter who are on their way to a dance camp when they see a girl’s best friend on the sidewalk. When they stop to pick up a friend, their good intentions quickly lead to dire consequences.
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Mireille Enos (Rebecca Logan)
Mireille Enos portrayed Rebecca Logan. Mireille is a renowned American actress, born on September 22, 1975. Her family moved to Houston when she was five years old. There, she graduated in performing arts from Brigham Young University and was awarded the Irene Ryan Acting Scholarship. In 1994, Enos made her screen debut in the film Without Consent, from which she earned various award nominations.
At the beginning of her acting career, she appeared variously as a guest star on several television shows.In 2001, she made her feature film debut with a minor role in the movie Someone Like You. Enos’s breakthrough role was on the crime drama series The Killing. Her performance in the series earned her wider acclamation and various award nominations. She has famously known for her work in the film World War Z and the romantic drama If I Stay. In 2008, she married actor Alan Ruck and together they have two children.
Peter Sarsgaard (Jay Logan)
The Lie cast includes Peter Sarsgaard, a well-known American actor, playing the primary role of Jay Logan in the movie. At the age of 7, Peter originally wanted to become a soccer player. Still, after suffering several agitations while playing soccer, he gave up the sport and became interested in writing and theater. After graduated in 1993, he moved to New York to pursue his dream to become a famous actor. He made his acting debut in 1995 and branched out with guest roles in Law & Order, Dead Man Walking, New York Undercover, and Subway Stories.