What you see is not always what you get
People tend to believe on things that they have seen, witnessed and experienced. The concept of truth depends on how it is depicted in the real world and supported by various facts presented by various sources.
However, there are times when the saying “what you see is what you get” is not applicable, and instances where fiction could be more of reality than the truth itself. But how can one know the truth when in the first place objectivity does not exist? Or if it does, how can one be truthful with the facts given every situation?
In our non-stop quest of searching for truths and answers, let us not be drowned in the whirlwind of lies. Always ask, research, experiment, and verify.