Innocent Lies

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Innocent Lies
Directed by Patrick Dewolf
Produced by Philippe Guez
Simon Perry
Written by Kerry Crabbe
Patrick Dewolf
Agatha Christie (novel)
Starring Stephen Dorff
Gabrielle Anwar
Adrian Dunbar
Joanna Lumley
Music by Alexandre Desplat
Cinematography Patrick Blossier
Edited by Joëlle Hache
Chris Wimble
Distributed by Sogepaq Distribución
Release date(s) 30 June 1995
Running time 88 minutes
Country United Kingdom
France
Language English
French

Innocent Lies is a 1995 British-French thriller film directed by Patrick Dewolf and starring Stephen Dorff, Gabrielle Anwar, Adrian Dunbar and Joanna Lumley.[1] It is a loose adaptation of the Agatha Christie novel Towards Zero. Keira Knightley had an early role in the film, playing the younger version of Celia Graves, the character portrayed by Anwar. Its French title was Les Pêchés mortels.

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A British policeman travels to France in 1938, to investigate the death of one of his colleagues. He becomes interested by a family of wealthy Britons who live in luxury in a French coastal resort, and who were heavily involved with the dead man. He soon uncovers a number of dark secrets which the family has tried to conceal.

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  1. ^ http://ftvdb.bfi.org.uk/sift/title/508748

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