Hypocrites tells the story of a modern-day clergyman who, in a dream, exposes the hypocrisies of his congregation with the help of the "Naked Truth." Hailed in its day as a "new revelation in the artistic possibilities of the photo-play," Hypocrites uses superimposition to portray the allegorical figure of Truth. After seeing Hypocrites, Variety proclaimed, "You can't forget the name of [director] Lois Weber."
Directed by Lois Weber
Composed by Ben Model