Academy Award® winner Reese Witherspoon stars in The Good Lie, the inspirational and life-affirming true story about the power of the human spirit.
To celebrate the release of The Good Lie to download on Monday 17 August and on DVD on 31 August, courtesy of Entertainment One, we’ve got DVDs to give away to four of our Twitter followers!
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The Good Lie features heart-rendering and powerful performances led by: Oscar® winner Reese Witherspoon (Walk The Line, Wild) as strong and independent employment counsellor, Carrie; Corey Stoll (House Of Cards, Non-Stop) as Carrie’s boss and ex-husband, Jack; Arnold Oceng (My Brother The Devil, Adulthood) as ‘The Chief’ orphan, Mamere; Ger Duany (I Heart Huckabees, Isn’t It Delicious) as his orphan brother, Jeremiah; Emmanuel Jal (Africa United, War Child) as his other orphan brother, Paul; Sarah Baker (Tammy, The Campaign) as Carrie’s acquaintance and volunteer, Pamela; and introducing Kuoth Wiel as Abital, the orphan sister of “The Lost Boys”.
They were known simply as “The Lost Boys”. Orphaned during the Sudanese Civil War, a group of young refugees are given the opportunity to leave their camp and resettle in America. Encountering the modern world for the first time, they develop an unlikely friendship with an employment counselor (Witherspoon), but they struggle to adjust to their new life and their feelings of guilt about those they left behind.
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