In The Interrogation, Wang Tuo uses only still images with a voiceover to conjure two seemingly disparate narratives. One narrative is told by an officer from China’s top anti-corruption agency who reveals some of the methods agents employ when interrogating suspects. ‘In fact when people lie, there are usually flaws in their stories’, the officer comments in a voiceover, ‘but for some people, stories may become true if they are told too many times.’ The second narrative is inspired by Ingmar Bergman’s 1966 film Persona. It is a story about the mysterious transference between an actress who has gone mute, and the nurse caring for her. Wang Tuo’s multilayered narratives in The Interrogation elicit questions about objectivity, perspective, and truth-telling.