The broadcasting of Lithuanian TV series ‘’Women Lie Better’’ (’’Moterys meluoja geriau’’) began in 2008. In 2013 the directing company ’’Videometra’’ and their main producer Rolandas Skaisgiris came up with the idea to make a comedy movie based on the book by Daiva Vaitkeviciute which goes by the same title. In the movie the center of attention is a beautiful, irrepressible woman in her early thirties, Christina. Her life starts falling apart when she learns that her husband Paulius has some unfinished business with dangerous men, stolen money and other women. The story also revolves around some other important and lovable characters from the TV series: Meda, Marijus, Kostia, Robertas , etc. The movie contains lots of famous Lithuanian actors as well as the appearance of a well-known singer and songwriter Marijonas Mikutavicius.
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