Run Time: 87 min Release Date: Feb 26, 2013 Year Produced: 2010 Rating: Not Rated Language: English/Closed Captions Directed by: Jacob Chase Starring: Marja Lewis Ryan, Emily Peck, Todd Kubrak, Liz Osborn, Daniel Carlise
This film appeals to: Lesbian audiences

A girl and a guy walk into a bar. They meet a girl and a guy. The guys talk about the girls. The girl falls for the girl. The guys don’t know…until they do.

From out lesbian writer/actress Marja Lewis Ryan, The Four-Faced Liar is a terrifically entertaining comedy about drama.

The adorable Marja Lewis Ryan stars as Bridget, a hip, womanizing lesbian who loves Emily Bronte, and who lives with her guy pal Trip (Todd Kubrak). One night, they meet straight-laced New York newbies Greg (Daniel Carlisle) and Molly (Emily Peck) at their favorite hangout, The Four-Faced Liar. Molly is a bit appalled by free spirited Bridget – but she’s also attracted to her, and in time, the friends’ lives are hilariously complicated when the two women fall in love.

Awards & Press Quotes

“Intelligent, sexy and witty snapshot of messy relationships, sexual awakening and life in the making.” —

“One of the Top 12 Lesbian Movies of the 2000s.” —!


WINNER! Best First Feature OUTFEST

WINNER! The Roger Walker-Dack Award for Emerging Artist in Queer Cinema MIAMI LGBT FILM FESTIVAL

WINNER! Best Lesbian Film Q CINEMA

“[Emily] Peck and [Marja-Lewis] Ryan infuse their performances with effective and affecting measures of raw emotion and avid sensuality.” – Variety, Joe Leydon “Sweet and spry “– Mercury News, Randy Meyers

“Ryan keeps the dialogue lively and funny . . . The Four-Faced Liar keeps you interested.” – Miami Herald, Connie Ogle

“The script is tight, and the drama feels raw and real, thanks to excellent performances from each lead and spot-on pacing.” – AfterEllen, Danielle Riendeau

“The Four-Faced Liar is refreshingly honest about its characters and doesn’t try to stuff them into cutesy boxes. Instead, it makes them confused and conflicted in a way that’s perfectly accessible for anyone who’s ever been in love or thought maybe they were in love or really, really wished they weren’t in love.” – Backstage West, Sarah Kuhn

“Exceptionally talented cast . . . Crackling dialogue. . . Chase’s direction is deft and remarkably skillful” – OUT Magazine, Eddie Shapiro