Innocent Lies (1995) 720p YIFY Movie

Innocent Lies (1995)

A gripping story of sex, betrayal, and murder. In 1938, British detective Alan Cross (Adrian Dunbar) travels to a small French coastal town to investigate the mysterious death of a close friend. Soon he becomes entangled in the strange lives of his prime suspects, the Graves, an aristocratic English family hiding many dark secrets. In his search for clues, Cross cleverly uncovers an incestuous relationship between siblings Jeremy (Dorff) and Celia Graves (Gabrielle Anwar), local Nazi-sympathizers, and ultimately, the true identity of his friend's killer.

IMDB: 4.61 Likes

  • Genre: Drama | Mystery
  • Quality: 720p
  • Size: 810.33M
  • Resolution: 1280*544 / 23.976 fpsfps
  • Language: English 2.0  
  • Run Time: 88
  • IMDB Rating: 4.6/10 
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The Synopsis for Innocent Lies (1995) 720p

A gripping story of sex, betrayal, and murder. In 1938, British detective Alan Cross (Adrian Dunbar) travels to a small French coastal town to investigate the mysterious death of a close friend. Soon he becomes entangled in the strange lives of his prime suspects, the Graves, an aristocratic English family hiding many dark secrets. In his search for clues, Cross cleverly uncovers an incestuous relationship between siblings Jeremy (Dorff) and Celia Graves (Gabrielle Anwar), local Nazi-sympathizers, and ultimately, the true identity of his friend's killer.


The Director and Players for Innocent Lies (1995) 720p

[Director]Patrick Dewolf
[Role:]Adrian Dunbar
[Role:]Florence Hoath
[Role:]Sophie Aubry


The Reviews for Innocent Lies (1995) 720p


Very dark, but great actors.Reviewed byPredragReviewsVote: 7/10

This film goes into areas that most others are afraid to enter and really makes the best of a great story line. It also has a cast of fantastic actors who play their roles with the right amount of mystique and venomous betrayal. I loved the character of Jeremy, he was well-played and had an amazing level of complexity. He's a completely despicable person, but you can't help but to be drawn to the cunning and disregardful nature of his character. The young lady playing Jeremy's sister is also very believable in her role as the childish, and incestuous girl who can't quite bring herself to get away from her brother. The whole movie is a work of art, and very well done.

You need to understand the times. Frightened by communist spread, many in Europe turned to Nazis for help in fighting the menace especially the wealthy. In 1938, into this milieu, a British detective, played by Adrian Dunbar, seeks to find how a friend had died. The only clue he has leads to the Graves, an English family living in France. The mother is pro Nazi. Two of the siblings seem possibly be in an incestuous relationship. Another sibling had been slain in an accident years before. This "accident" leads to blackmail and incest. This may be what the deceased friend had discovered that lead to his death.

Stephen Dorff and Gabrielle Anwar play the nearly-grown siblings. Anwar is at the peak of attractiveness. I usually hate to see girls who look like their lips have been smashed by a brick but in this one case I make an exception. She seems to want out of the relationship but can't resist Dorff's touch, even on the eve of her wedding. More murders occur as Dunbar seems about to break the case. But he, too, is under Anwar's spell. He wants to help her escape, when Dorff shows up again. I don't want to spoil it. The photography is marvelous. The music fits the scene. A enchanting look at pre-war France. And I'm sure if Hitler had seen the mother's taste in art, he'd have had her shot. I recommend it to anyone who loves crime and drama, as well as good acting.

Overall rating: 7 out of 10.

Terrible movie....but its shot very nicely at least...some very nice visuals...but terrible script!!!!Reviewed bymbsVote: 1/10

Truly lousy screenplay sinks this one. Gabrielle Anwar, Adrian Dunbar, and Stephen Dorff all try hard to make this work (Dorff even attempts an English accent!) but the plot as it unfolds doesn't quite work. There seems like there was some scenes left out that might have made some of the explanation of why the characters do the things they do (or why they feel as attached to one another as they do)

The murder of an old friend brings a detective played by Dunbar into contact with this posh well to do aristocratic family including a pair of siblings played by Dorff and Anwar...and they're both engaged to other people, and havn't seen one another in five or so years, but they both harbor a dangerous attachment to one another.

There's a backstory here that includes a third sibling (A twin for Dorff) who died under mysterious circumstances---it seems like it was an accidental death (or was it???) at the hands of an errant crossbow shot by Dorff as a child and in their grief he and his sister apparently clung to each other cementing a you know primal relationship that can't be surpassed no matter how apart they grow or something? I'm not entirely sure--but i think that's it.

Trivia Alert BTW---A very young Kiera Knightly plays the younger version of Anwar in the flashback scenes of her as a girl.

Anyways the movie makes a hash out of all of this while also trying to bring in a bunch of other suspects who could plausibly have killed the detective's old friend--but we all know its gonna come down to either Dorff or Anwar because otherwise there'd be no movie!!!!

There's a plotline involving the detective getting overly involved with Anwar, much to the horror of the woman he shares custody of a child with although i'm never sure if they're married or divorced or just around each other an awful lot. (The detective's relaionship with his daughter is also touched upon, but again its all tangential to the mystery he's trying to unravel.)

Anyways this could've been first rate--but its a mess. Its a complete hash of a muder mystery and the ending is bad....really, really, really bad. But its well filmed!!!! The movie looks really, really good---visually its a good looking movie, but its all for nothing because you will not care one way or the other about what's actually happening onscreen.

A Seductive PictureReviewed byjohnniedooVote: 4/10

The cinematography of this film was brilliant, choice of location plus the genius of the camera work kept me enthralled with a shallow and convoluted plot that took red herring to waters it had never been to before. The little hamlet and eccentric interiors made an impossible film watchable, enjoyable even. The premise of the plot was the suicide or murder concept of the hero regarding the best friend and introduced in the first scenes. The rest of the movie was interwoven and seemingly totally disconnected scenes of incest or gratuitous pants dropping or bums in the buff. There were some of the scenes that served no purpose other than to expose an actor's body to the camera or tight shots of Adrian Dunbar's nose. It was as if the editors tossed the dailies up in the air and pasted them together quickly based on aesthetics rather than plot advancement. I think there was a plot at one time in the manuscript but it was discarded and the film became a series of patchwork scenes lacking cohesion. I was glad it was over though it was not easy to tell when that was going to happen because it could have been anywhere along the line. It was not a great film, a dozen yrs old and so aggravating it inspired me to take more time on it and write a 'review' on a pretty bad movie.

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