Review: White Lie (2019)

White Lie

Release Date: January 5, 2021

Run Time: 1 hour & 36 minutes

Reviewed By: Adam

Katie Arneson (Kacey Rohl) is faking cancer. A university dance major, Katie’s falsified diagnosis and counterfeit fundraising have transformed her into a campus celebrity surrounded by the supportive community she’s always dreamed of: a close-knit group of friends, security in her academic pursuits, and a caring relationship with her girlfriend. Dependent upon a bursary for sick students to maintain her ruse, Katie learns the funding is in jeopardy unless she can provide copies of her medical records within the week.

White Lie was way more intense/stressful than I was expecting. This is on point with how lies can spiral out of control and it’s amazing to watch the spiral first hand.

When is the breaking point? How far is too far?

Very well done on all ends. Filming, writing, acting. I expect this to clean up at festivals this year.

White Lie is now available on digital platforms such as DirecTV, Amazon, InDemand, iTunes, FlixFling, AT&T, Vimeo on Demand, Vudu, Fandango & Google Play.

Definitely worth a watch!

Reel ROB Rating: 7.5 out of 10 stars

Post Credits Scene: No

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