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Genres: Romance , Drama , Comedy
Actors: DyAnne DiSalvo , Natasha David , Lisa Bierman , Liz Osborn , Daniel Carlisle , Todd Kubrak , Emily Peck , Marja Lewis Ryan , Jessie Paddock , Lindsay Tanner , Tadia K. Taylor
Director: Jacob Chase
Country: United States
Year: 2010
IMDB Rating: 5.2/10 (1100 votes)

A story of love and lies for four twenty-somethings looking to find themselves in New York City. A pair of best friends and a seemingly perfect couple meet at a local Irish pub tucked in the winding streets of the West Village. Through their chance meeting, the four bond and over time all of their relationships with one another morph into love, betrayal and heartbreak for all.

Film Review

This involves four 20 somethings in NYC. Womanizing lesbian Bridget (Marja Lewis Ryan) lives with her str8 roommate Trip (Todd Kubrak). He's having problems with his girlfriend Chloe (Liz Osborne). Greg (Daniel Carlisle) and Molly (Emily Peck) are living together before they get married…but Greg is too mild-mannered and Molly wants more. They all meet at a bar called Four Faced Liar. They become friends but then Molly falls in love with Bridget and things get unpleasant.As I said the cast is attractive (especially Carlisle) and it's well done…but there's nothing really new or extraordinary here. The story has been done before and, in a lot of ways, this just seems like an ordinary Hollywood movie with a lesbian twist. We almost constantly hear some song on the soundtrack while watching the characters react to something. Seriously–that's been done hundreds of times before and this adds nothing new. However I must admit the songs were good. Also good is the scri…

The Four-Faced Liar (2010) was directed by Jacob Chase. Marja Lewis Ryan, the film's writer, is also the star. She plays Bridget, a lesbian who is quirky, foul-mouthed, and very successful at one-night conquests. Todd Kubrak is Trip, Bridget's roommate and best friend. Daniel Carlisle (Greg) has just joined his fiancée Molly (Emily Peck) in the West Village. One of them sees their neighborhood as colorful and charming, while the other sees is as unpleasant and threatening.Everyone hangs out in a bar called The Four-Faced Liar, and the four of them, along with Trip's fiancée, have a more or less "Friends" type existence, with alcohol substituted for caffeine.This was an interesting film, with good acting and a solid sense of New York City. It didn't really work for me because the key to the plot is Bridget, and I couldn't believe that this irritating chain-smoker would be perceived as every lesbian's dream lover. If you can't accep…

The four faced liar was smart, funny and pregnant with emotion. Opening her audience to the realities of a changed generation, Ryan tells the story of what love can truly be like for twenty-somethings everywhere. The production was fantastic and acting first rate. Each 'face' of this film is beautifully constructed and skillfully executed. The acting is fantastically truthful- the actors draw you into their lives and make it difficult to turn away. The film unfolds wonderfully leaving you excited for scene after scene. It boggles my mind how professional a film could turn out on such tight budget. It truly is a testament to the skill of the cast and crew. I look forward to future works from everyone in this production! Intellectually hysterical and stinging with passion, this film can't be missed!

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