This cheeky, semi-autobiographical coming-of-age tale tells the story of Ricardo, 11, who, struggling with his family's move and a new school, decides to become a liar. With a flare for inventiveness and a desperate desire to impress his classmates, Ricardo dismisses his family and weaves an elaborate web of untruths.
This is a film that belongs on your 'Must-See' list if you were ever 11 years old and made it to adulthood!
--Cynthia Corral, CinequestFantastic! ...Trogi deserves all the praise in the world because he perfectly captured childhood for many people, not just of those whose parents were immigrants, and not just Quebecers, but for most children of [the 1980s].
--Jamie Gore, Madness Brewing is John Hughes-quality stuff!
--Vincent Emond, BVE