Little White Lie
Family Secrets, Dual Identity & the Power of Telling the Truth

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Sarina

I feel the film “Little White Lie” has a universal quality to it. If you told me that there exists a family that doesn’t have its shameful secrets and lies, I’d probably say “I bet you have a vampire rabbit to show me as well”. This film resonated with me because of my own family’s ...Read more

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Olivia

What a brave documentary by Lacey Schwarz. I am in awe of how she has managed to work through the betrayal and secrets that were woven through her whole family and that ultimately could have undermined her identity. Yet her strength, determination and relentless in her pursuit of the truth ...Read more

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similar journey

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Lauren

WOW! One of the most moving and personal documentaries I've seen in a long time. I felt so bad for Lacey and the position she was put in by her Mother. The confrontations with her parents were so heartbreaking and her interviews with family and friends about their personal views on race and ...Read more

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