Lie Lie Lie Trailer

Lie Lie Lie Trailer (1997)

04 October 1997 Drama 123 mins

Hatano is living as an insomniac freelance typesetter alone in his bayside apartment. One day, Aikawa, a high school classmate he hasn’t seen in over ten years, shows up on his doorstep bearing a bag of clams. Though he claims to be the director of a fast-growing trading company, Aikawa crashes on Hatano’s couch for days on end. When the sleeping pills he was offered produce a strange side effect, Hatano is slowly dragged into Aikawa’s con-artist lifestyle. Soon afterward, they cross paths with the representative of a big-name publishing company and Aikawa’s ultimate scam begins to unfold.

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Cast

Etsushi Toyokawa

as Makoto Aikawa

Honami Suzuki

as Misaki Ui

Koichi Sato

as Zeiji Hatano

Miwako Kawai

as Kiki Sendo

Tatsuo Matsumura

as Seiichiro Hirasawa

Miki Sanjo

as Mrs. Hirasawa

Kôichi Ueda

as Yocchan

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