video vérité

[ ver-i-tey; French vey-ree-tey ]
/ ˌvɛr ɪˈteɪ; French veɪ riˈteɪ /

noun Television.

a technique, derived from cinéma vérité, in which people in real life are portrayed as they actually are without rehearsal.

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Origin of video vérité

First recorded in 1965–70; see origin at cinéma vérité
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