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97 minutes – Drama
Festival release date: September 8, 2018 (World Premiere, TIFF)
Release date: TBA
Production company: Blumhouse Productions
Canadian distributor:

A Hitchcock-style thriller, the Canada-U.S. co-production The Lie (aka Between Earth and Sky) begins in teen tribulations any parent might recognize, but tightens into a spiral of deceit and desperation triggered by that purest of motives — the need to look after your child. Kayla (Joey King) is a bundle of nerves and frustration as she drives with her parents Jay (Peter Sarsgaard) and Rebecca (Mireille Enos) to a ballet retreat. It’s winter, so when they spot Kayla’s friend waiting for a ride at the side of the road, they pick her up. But something happens between the two girls during a rest stop near a river. When the parents come to get them, the friend is gone and Kayla is freaking out. Kayla says pushing her friend into the freezing water was an accident. But murder is murder. At first Jay and Rebecca want to do the right thing, but Rebecca is a lawyer and knows they’re already implicated. As the weight of losing everything descends, these two parents, estranged for years, begin to do their dangerous work together.




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Crew:
Producer: Jason Blum
Alix Madigan-Yorkin
Christopher Tricarico
Executive Producer:

Jeanette Volturno
Couper Samuelson
Aaron Barnett
Howard Green
Kim Hodgert

Director:

Veena Sud

Screenwriter:

Veena Sud

Cinematographer:

Peter Wunstorf

Editor:

Philip Fowler

Composer:

Tamar-kali

Production Designer:

Elisa Sauvé

Art Director:

Shelley Silverman

Costume Designer:

Leslie Kavanagh

Cast:Roles:

Mireille Enos
Peter Sarsgaard
Joey King
Devery Jacobs
Cas Anvar
Patti Kim
Nicholas Lea

Rebecca
Jay
Kayla
Brittany
Sam Ifrani
Detective Kenji Tagata
Detective Rodney Barnes