"The Truth" is a 2019 drama film directed by Hirokazu Kore-eda.
The starring cast includes Catherine Deneuve as Fabienne Dangeville, Juliette Binoche as Lumir, Ethan Hawke as Hank, Ludivine Sagnier as L'actrice qui joue Amy à 38 ans, Clémentine Grenier as Charlotte, Manon Clavel as Manon Lenoir, Alain Libolt as Luc Garbois, Christian Crahay as Jacques, Roger Van Hool as Pierre, Laurent Capelluto as Le journaliste and others.

Here are "The Truth" movie trailer, plot summary, full cast and characters, release date, streaming services and everything we know so far.

Trailer

Is there a trailer for The Truth movie?

IFC Films on Thursday, December 19, 2019 released the trailer for "The Truth" you can watch here:
The Truth - Official Trailer I HD I IFC Films.

Plot summary

What is The Truth movie plot?

Here is a short review of "The Truth" movie plot summary.

Fabienne Dangeville (Catherine Deneuve) is a very famous French actress, giving an interview about work on her upcoming book. Her daughter, screenwriter Lumir (Juliette Binoche), son-in-law actor Hank (Ethan Hawke) and granddaughter Charlotte (Clémentine Grenier) arrive. Lumir is surprised that the book has already been printed, as she expected to read it first, before being published. Fabienne tells her that she sent her the manuscript before having the book printed. Later that night, Lumir reads her mother's book.
Next day, Lumir confronts Fabienne about some lines in the book which depict her relationship with her mother as a fairy tale story. Fabienne was very rarely there for Lumir as a child. Lumir also asks why she doesn't mention Sarah once in her book (Sarah Mondavan, being Fabienne's best friend, and an accomplished actress in her own right), and Fabienne simply says it's her book, and that nobody reading it would want to know the truth, because she is a famous actress and her fans would find the truth uninteresting. Later, Luc, Fabienne's manager tells Lumir that Fabienne is doing her current film only because it stars Manon Lenoir (Manon Clavel), the next big actress who reminds everyone of Sarah Mondavan. It's called "Memories of My Mother".
Lumir goes to the film set, acting as Fabienne's assistant, and watches the film shoot. It's a science fiction movie about a mother who is dying, and so she goes to live in space, in order to stop aging and slow the effects of her terminal illness. She returns to Earth every seven years to visit her daughter, who is older and older with each visit, while she herself doesn't age. Fabienne plays the daughter in her seventies. During a read-through rehearsal of the script, the room seems very impressed with Manon's talent, but Fabienne seems annoyed and believes Manon is being pretentious by overacting. later, Luc tells Fabienne that Manon reminds him of Sarah Mondavan, while Lumir agrees and says they have the same sounding voice.

Cast

Who plays who in the The Truth movie cast?

Here is the full cast and characters of "The Truth" movie. Actors and actresses are sorted mostly in credits order.

Catherine Deneuve  as Fabienne Dangeville
Juliette Binoche  as Lumir Fabienne's daughter
Ethan Hawke  as Hank Lumir's husband
Ludivine Sagnier  as L'actrice qui joue Amy à 38 ans
Clémentine Grenier  as Charlotte
Manon Clavel  as Manon Lenoir
Alain Libolt  as Luc Garbois
Christian Crahay  as Jacques
Roger Van Hool  as Pierre
Laurent Capelluto  as Le journaliste
Maya Sansa
Jackie Berroyer  as Le chef du restaurant
Sébastien Chassagne  as Le réalisateur du film
Helmi Dridi  as Le chauffeur de Fabienne
Virgile M'Fouilou  as Le vendeur d'art africain
Zoé Van Herck  as L'assistante de plateau
Hannah Castel Chiche  as L'actrice qui joue Amy à 10 ans
Mailys Dumon  as L'actrice qui joue Amy à 17 ans
Damien Dorsaz  as L'acteur qui joue le père d'Amy
Claude Schmitz  as Le fils du chef
Tien Shue  as Le chef du restaurant chinois
Alexei Aigui  as Le premier musicien
Jean-Luc Dayan  as Le deuxième musicien
Michel Gentils  as Le troisième musicien
Eric Jacot  as Le quatrième musicien
Claude Thirifays  as Le cinquième musicien
Matthias Fortune Droulers  as Zombie (scenes deleted)
Bich Ly-Cuong  as Vieille dame anniversaire
Stéphane Ly-Cuong  as Client restaurant

Release date

When is The Truth movie release date?

"The Truth" movie release date was scheduled to be on August 28, 2019 (Venice, 76th Venice International Film Festival), on October 11, 2019 (Japan), on December 25, 2019 (France), on March 5, 2020 (Germany), on March 20, 2020 (United Kingdom) and on August 27, 2020 (Hungary) distributing by GAGA (Japan), Le Pacte (France), IFC Films, A-One Films, Another World Entertainment, BIM Distribuzione, Cine Canibal, Cinemaxx, Cineworx, Clover Films, Creative Programs, Curzon Artificial Eye, Diamond Films, Discovery Film & Video, Edko Films, Film Europe Media, Filmarti, Fivia, Golden Village Pictures, Golem Distribución, Kino Pavasaris, Kino Swiat International, Lev Cinemas, MCF - MegaCom Film, Maco, MegaCom Films, Mongkol Major, Movie Cloud, Nos Lusomundo Audiovisuais, Palace Films, Prokino Filmverleih, Sahamongkol Film International, September Film, Spentzos Films, Studiocanal Film, T Cast, Tri Art Film, Venus Films, Vertigo Média Kft., Westec Media Limited, BestFilm.eu, EuroVideo, Front Row Filmed Entertainment and Teleview International.

Filming

What are The Truth filming details?

The duration of the film is 106 minutes. The film grossed over $5.2 million.

"The Truth" movie is rated "PG", according to the MPAA film rating system.

Rating

What are critics and audiences saying about The Truth movie?

"The Truth" movie got high rating from critics. IMDB rating is 6.5/10.

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