Lying and Stealing

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Ivan, a successful art thief, inherited his father's life of crime, but unlike most thieves, Ivan loves the art as much as the art of the steal. He longs to break free from the criminal world, but he's in so deep he may never get out. That is until he meets Elyse, an actress and a con-woman with her own chaotic past she wants to escape from. Together, they team up to pull off the ultimate heist which won't make them rich, but will set them free.


  • Aris Alvarado
  • Fernanda Andrade
  • Tim Bader
  • Joe Bucaro III
  • Rod Chaouqi
  • Ray Ray Chase
  • Mia Cheung
  • Frank Clem
  • Taji Coleman
  • Tom David

Did You Know?


  • At 53:20, after Elyse leaves the craps table, the dice roller calls for a drink. Then he picks up the dice and turns to accept the drink. The dice in his right-hand breaks the plane of the table. If this were to happen in a real casino, the croupier would be all over the player and would be required to change the dice.


    • Dimitri: Smell my neck.
    • Ray Warding: Uh, I am truly the least qualified person to smell you.
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Nov 12, 2019

Lying and Stealing comes across as the object a thief would replace an art piece to prevent anyone from realizing it’s missing at first glance.

Metacritic review by Hunter Lanier
Hunter Lanier
Film Threat
Jul 12, 2019

A mostly satisfying entry in the art heist genre.

Metacritic review by Sheila O'Malley
Sheila O'Malley
Jul 11, 2019

Lying and Stealing might have been more effective if its two leads had more charisma, but James is mostly bland and Ratajkowski never quite convinces as a woman of mystery. This is the sort of lighthearted exercise that requires genuine star power to overcome its triviality, and the lack of it here seriously diminishes its impact.

Metacritic review by Frank Scheck
Frank Scheck
The Hollywood Reporter