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Lie to Me: Season 1
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- Audio: English: 5.1 Dolby Surround
- Language: Dubbed: English / Subtitled: English, French & Spanish
- Theatrical Aspect Ratio: Widescreen: 1.78:1
- Moral Waiver
- A Perfect Score
- Love Always
- Do No Harm
- The Best Policy
- Depraved Heart
- Life Is Priceless
- Better Half
- Deleted Scenes
In the making-of featurette, "The Truth About Lies," creator Samuel Baum explains that he strives to explore "situations where honesty may not be the best policy" (Loker believes in "radical honesty," while Lightman won't hesitate to lie to expose a liar). Fun trivia: the first season ends with Roth walking toward the camera in slow motion, a move eerily reminiscent of Reservoir Dogs. --Kathleen C. Fennessy.
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- The Truth About Lies
- The Lightman Group Lie Detection Tutorials
Top Customer Reviews
If you like your shows with a strong flavouring of intelligence this is definitely one for you.
Lightman and his partner, Dr. Gillian Foster (Kelli Williams) are primarily assisted by their young protegees, researcher Eli Loker (Brendan Hines) and Ria Torres (Monica Raymund), a newcomer who was specially chosen for her innate ability to spot lies without any prior training.
Of course, a negative aspect of being so finely tuned to the nuances of human behavior means seeing things in family and friends, even when you might not always want to -- as Lightman has learned the hard way with his ex-wife Zoe (Jennifer Beals). He and Foster have an often-repeated agreement not to "cross the line" when dealing with one another. Yet when you genuinely care about someone, and interact regularly, it's often difficult to keep your eyes closed and mouth shut.
Particularly memorable episodes include "Depraved Heart," where Cal investigates the back-to-back suicides of two Indian sisters -- and reveals something startling about the reason he first got into lie detection -- and "Blinded," where the group tries to find out who's copycatting a serial rapist's brutal assaults before the next woman is assault -- and one of their own is threatened.
This drama provides a great blend of workplace mysteries and personal issues, as well as a number of red herrings (Lightman himself being the master). If you haven't given this show a try, please do -- you'll soon be hooked!
It is an intelligent drama with intriguing stories and a great set of characters. Cal Lightman is a walking human lie detector. His character is complex, and his personal relationships are like Gott's cosmic strings with twists and turns forward and backward.
Gillian Foster is Lightman's partner and in many instances his conscience. During this first season she has to deal with her demanding job as well as a crumbing marriage to a government bureaucrat with a secret.
Rita Torres is the new kid on the block. She and Lightman are like two mirrored images with plenty of ignition fodder to keep them on the fiery edge. Torres is pulled into a Catch 22 situation with Eli Loker
Eli Loker is the senior research associate. However, he has a conflict of conscience with a case which adds a subplot to the season. The interpersonal interactions with Rita Torres are well acted.
Emily Lightman is the teen daughter of Cal and Zoe Lightman. Being a child of divorce parents she shuttles between her parents. She is an intelligent, intuitive teenager who loves both parents, even though, she finds her dad somewhat difficult on the father-daughter exchange. Of course, her dad attempts to use his observation skills in reading Emily, but the cardinal rule of parenting is that a teenager is an enigma.
Zoe Landau is the ex-wife and a US Attorney. Her relationship with her ex is complicated. In many ways she is very much like Gillian Foster in personality traits and style.
FBI Agent Ben Reynolds was added late in the season.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Silly, predicable and amateurish. Why did I ever waste my time? I guess nothing ventured nothing gained. Too bad as I love Tim Roth as one of the best actors out there.Published 22 hours ago by MrGman
This is a great show, very well written, with a great attention to detail.Published 2 days ago by Amazon Customer
I really, really like this show, and I wish I could in a clear conscience check that 5th star...but 'something' is still missing. Read morePublished 3 days ago by Jon Sherry
Just watched the first episode on very high recommendations, can't wait to watch more!!Published 3 days ago by Elizabeth Billups
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Yes, I just purchased the 1st season, and it comes with portuguese subtitles.
Sep 20, 2009 by Sierra60 | See all 6 posts
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It's a mistake, the set has 4 DVDs
Aug 27, 2009 by Judas | See all 3 posts
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