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Lying is an experimental film which centers around the social interactions of four women as they spend a weekend getting to know each other. The film was directed by M. Blash, an acclaimed director of video art. Lying originally premiered in 2006 at the Cannes Film Festival Directors' Fortnight. The film stars Chloe Sevigny, Jena Malone, Leelee Sobieski, Maya Goldsmith, Halley Wegryn Gross and Henry Gummer. Megan (Chloe Sevigny), Grace (Jena Malone), Linda (Maya Goldsmith), Hella (Halley Wegryn Gross), and Sarah (Leelee Sobieski) meet at a secluded lodge in the countryside of New York. At first glance, their social interactions seem to go swimmingly, but after four days the situation becomes a bit muddled - it is clear something is eating away at everyone. The film is experimental in that its plot is somewhat non-linear and its narration is vague. The route of their distress is finally unveiled, and the women are surprised with what they find.