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Documentary Asks, What Is Truth?

The Nature of Existence is a 2010 documentary that asks and attempts to answer some of life's biggest questions. One of the segments is on truth. One particular scene begins with the word truth on the screen and a drawing of a man with his fingers crossed behind his back as if he is concealing something. The narrator asks questions, and various people answer.

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