Quite a boring movie, very surprising that it's true. Just shows you how gullible people can be to believe what people tell you.
After billing his authorized "autobiography" of eccentric millionaire Howard Hughes as the 20th century's most important book, writer Clifford Irving (Richard Gere) begins to believe his own hype. But his shameless scam soon catches up with him. Julie Delpy, Marcia Gay Harden, Alfred Molina and Stanley Tucci provide support in Lasse Hallstrom's biographical drama that's chock-full of 1970s hairdos and based on a true story -- and that's no lie.