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The Good Lie


10 Sep 2014

1 hr 50 min


Miracles are made by people who refuse to stop believing.
A young refugee of the Sudanese Civil War who wins a lottery for relocation to the United States with three other lost boys. Encountering the modern world for the first time, they develop an unlikely friendship with a brash American woman assigned to help them, but the young man struggles to adjust to this new life and his feelings of guilt about the brother he left behind.


Status: Released
Country: USA
Language: English
Awards: 2 wins & 2 nominations.


Ron Howard (Producer)
Thad Luckinbill (Producer)
Molly Smith (Producer)
Karen Kehela (Producer)
Brian Grazer (Producer)




Reese Witherspoon (as Carrie Davis)
Corey Stoll (as Jack)
Thad Luckinbill (as Matt)
Sarah Baker (as Pamela Lowi)
Maria Howell (as INS Agent)
Joshua Mikel (as Dave)
Mike Pniewski (as Nick Costas)
Arnold Oceng (as Mamere)
Ger Duany (as Jeremiah)
Emmanuel Jal (as Paul)
Kuoth Wiel (as Abital)
Femi Oguns (as Theo)
Lindsey Garrett (as Jenny)
Peterdeng Mongok (as Young Mamere)
Okwar Jale (as Young Theo)
Thon Kueth (as Young Jeremiah)
Deng Ajuet (as Young Paul)
Keji Jale (as Young Abital)
David Madingi (as Young Gabriel)
Kon Akoue Auok (as Young Daniel)
Sibusisu Moyo (as Young Simon)
Antoine Wonder Kalambay (as Boy (River of Children))
Elikana Jale (as James)
Afemo Omilami (as Dr. Monyang)
Michael H. Cole (as Reverend Trutner)
Brian Kurlander (as Frank)
Jimi Kocina (as Karl)
Vince Pisani (as INS Boston)
Kimberly Banta (as INS Kansas City)
Travis Smith (as Roger)
Sharon Morris (as Erin Sullivan)
Raj Kala (as Man in English Class)
Parisa Johnston (as Sari Woman in English Class)
Heather Lyda (as Homeless Woman)
Clifton Guterman (as INS Clerk)
Kenny Alfonso (as Police Officer)
Victor McCay (as Reed)
Jacob Kuol Alier (as Fargo Boy)
Berglind Jonsdottir (as Swedish Official)
Dhan Kueth (as Majok)
Israel Makoe (as Bracelet Soldier)
Keith Woulard (as Soldier)
John Prendergast (as Toby)
Tiffany Jones (as Refugee Worker)
Nathaniel Ramabulana (as U.N. Worker)
Lavine Dimo (as Guinea Worm Girl)
Julia Ayiol (as Village Mother)
Sope Aluko (as Processing Office Woman)
Suehyla El-Attar (as Immigration Official)
Abena Ayivor (as Immigration Official #2)
Levi Burdick (as INS Official)
Lele Ledwaba (as Food Worker)
Mari Malek (as Party Guest)
Flora Peter Deng (as Abital's Mother)



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