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Unbelievable Truth, The (1990)
Starring: Robert John Burke, Adrienne Shelley, Mark Bailey, Christopher Cooke, Julia McNeal, Gary Sauer
Director: Hal Hartley
Category: Comedy, Drama
Studio: Anchor Bay
90 mins



"Wildly Hilarious!" - Rolling Stone

Josh is returning to his hometown following his release from prison. Audry is a brilliant teen beauty obsessed with George Washington and nuclear annihilation. But when Josh and Audry fall in love, their small-town affair raises some big, odd questions. Is Josh a former mass murderer? Is Audry a future supermodel? Welcome to an offbeat world of deals and destinies where trust is always negotiable and love can be the most unbelievable truth of all.

Robert Burke and Adrienne Shelley star in this acclaimed black comedy written and directed by Hal Hartley (Simple Men, Trust) that marked the debut of one of independent cinema's most original new filmmakers.


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