Liar's Moon (1981)





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Against the wishes of both families, a poor boy (Matt Dillon) and a wealthy banker's daughter (Cindy Fisher) elope, only to discover that their immaturity and incompatibility may be the downfall of their relationship.
Drama , Romance
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Crown International Pictures


Matt Dillon
as Jack Duncan
Cindy Fisher
as Ginny Peterson
Christopher Connelly
as Alex Peterson
Hoyt Axton
as Cecil Duncan
Yvonne De Carlo
as Jeanene Dubois
Maggie Blye
as Ellen 'Babs' Duncan
Susan Tyrrell
as Lora Mae Bouvier
Margaret Blye
as Ellen "Babs" Duncan
Broderick Crawford
as Col. Tubman
Molly McCarthy
as Connie Peterson
Mark Atkins
as Bobby Adams
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Liar's Moon is an oddball romance and drama film, but it sure is an interesting one. While the film can be hammy and the script seems confused as to what decade it's supposed to take place in, Liar's Moon is surprisingly well-written, solidly performed, funny at the right times, heartfelt when it wants to be, and throws in some very surprising plot twists too. It's a very underrated romance and drama that greatly surprised me.

Keenan Sullivan
Keenan Sullivan

** (out of four) A film made mostly to take advantage of young Matt Dillon's affect on all the twelve year old girls around the country. Too bad the script is nothing special. Dillon is a poor kid from a rough family. He falls in love with a rich kid whose parents are firmly against the relationship. The young lovers run off and get married, opening their lives to all the pressures of the adult world.

Steve Smith
Steve Smith

Watched a long time ago, but it made such an impact that I remember the line about the liar's moon. I want to see again!

Yvette Kunce
Yvette Kunce

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