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Actors Imogen Stubbs and Ewan Stewart intricately explore Andrew Bovell’s play Things I Know To Be True, animatedly discussing fresh textual interpretations of the key scenes, in an analysis that develops in front of the camera.
The pair explains how the title Things I Know To Be True is deliberately challenged by a narrative hinged around revealing moments of dishonesty, how not moving is itself an integral part of movement, and why shoes play such an important role in the grounding of one’s character.
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