|Directed by||Mitchell Block|
|Produced by||Mitchell Block|
|Written by||Mitchell Block|
|Edited by||Ray Anne School|
|Distributed by||Direct Cinema Ltd.|
No Lies is a 1973 short dramatic film made by Mitchell Block while he was a student at New York University. The film, which is in the style of a cinéma vérité interview, deals with a young woman who has been raped and has been widely viewed by nurses, therapists and police officers.
- "Cinematic Classics, Legendary Stars, Comedic Legends and Novice Filmmakers Showcase the 2008 Film Registry" News from the Library of Congress (30 December 2008)
- Vivian Sobchack (1977): No Lies. Direct Cinema as Rape. In: Journal of the University Film Association 29.4 (1977): pp. 13–18.
- Mitchell Block (2006): The Truth about No Lies (If You Can Believe It). In: Juhasz, Alexandra; Lerner, Jesse (eds.) 2006: F is for Phony. Fake Documentary and Truth’s Undoing., Minneapolis: University of Minnesota Press, pp. 187–195, ISBN 978-0816642519
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