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The Lie (2020) Movie Amazon Prime Video Details

The Lie (2020) Movie Amazon Prime Video: The Lie is an upcoming horror psychological thriller film for Amazon Prime Video. The film is produced by Blumhouse productions and will release in the month of October. The movie earlier had a release at TIFF in 2018. The Lie is directed by Veena Sud.

It is a remake of the 2015 German movie We Monster. The movie is written by Veena Sud herself. Alix Madigan, Christopher Tricarico, and Jason Blum serve as the producers of the film.


The movie revolves around Kayla who confesses of killing her best friend to her parents. All of this happens when Kayla and her father gives her friend a ride. They stop midway for a bathroom break where Kayla seemingly pushes her from the Bridge. Then the story begins as Kayla’s parents try to stop the truth about the accident coming out but in turn getting strangled with their deception and lies.


The movie stars Mireille Enos, Peter Sarsgaard, and Joey King in lead, the movie also stars Devery Jacobs, Cas Anwar, Patti Kim, Nicholas Lea, and others.


Amazon Prime has released an official trailer for the film and it is available on YouTube as well. Do check the trailer out as it is looking really interesting with all the suspense and drama in it. If You haven’t seen the trailer have a look at it.

Release Date

The movie will release on Amazon Prime on October 6th, 2020. The movie is going to release in English audio with subtitles, there are also the chances of Hindi audio, although we don’t have any official confirmation.

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