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24th of October 2018

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Veena Sud's 'The Lie' explores the lengths to which desperate parents will go and reflects America today - Los Angeles Times

It was important to cast Anvar’s role with an actor of color, Sud said, “partially because of the times we’re living in, and as a mirror of our own society. When a brown man fits in, he’s a very unthreatening guy: He’s wearing J. Crew, he’s got an American accent, he’s a suburban dad. He’s a good brown man until he starts questioning these people. The criminal justice system, which as we know is so race-biased, it just yawns open to pull him in. He’s such an easy target.”

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