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Lies we Tell

Bradford International Film Associates Ltd. just completed Lies We Tell their first feature film written and directed by Mitu Misra, with Gabriel Byrne as the lead and a stellar cast including Harvey Keitel, Jan Uddin, Sibylla Deen, Mark Addy & Gina McKee.

A trusted driver must deal with his dead boss's Muslim mistress, her dark past pulling him into a life-and-death showdown with her notorious gangster cousin/ex-husband. I Facebook I ProductionContact for Festivals I Sales I Synopsis I Trailer I Poster

Directed by Mitu Misra
Cinematography by Santosh Sivan ASC ISC
Produced by Andy McDermott, Malcolm Scott and Daniel Gulliver
Executive Producers Mark Platts and Santosh Sivan
Story by Mitu Misra Screenplay by Ewen Glass and Andy McDermott
Music by Zbigniew Preisner
Film Editing by Chris Gill ACE
Production Designer Jane Levick
Makeup Designer Penny Smith
Costume Designer Adam Howe


Lies we Tell by Mitu Misra, The Synopsis

A trusted driver must deal with his dead boss’s Muslim mistress, her dark past pulling him into a life-and-death showdown with her notorious gangster cousin/ex-husband.
DONALD (50s). Salt-of-the-earth Yorkshire-man. When his billionaire boss, DEMI, dies, Donald is tasked with destroying evidence of his ‘other women’. But doesn’t count on meeting Demi’s hauntingly beautiful mistress: AMBER (26).
Despite trying to keep Amber at arm’s length, Donald has to collude with her to delete a sexy video that would implicate his boss and mean certain death for Amber. He embarks on a journey that leads him face-to-face with Amber’s notorious gangster
cousin: KD (27).
Donald discovers Amber was forced to marry KD when they were sixteen, and after being raped by him she risked hell by lying to get an Islamic divorce, leaving both sides of the family devastated.
Now fully qualified as a lawyer, Amber is set to escape to London when the bombshell hits: KD is to marry her naive sixteen year-old sister, MIRIAM. But soon, we realise it’s part of KD’s twisted plan to win back the love of his life, Amber. The only woman
he has ever wanted.
Nursing his own tragic past, Donald is compelled to help Amber, and is dragged deeper into a world of hypocrisy, betrayal and ultimately murder, leaving an honest man broken.
Donald snaps.