Lie with Me (2005)
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Clement Virgo's sexually charged Lie With Me, adapted from the novel of the same name by his partner, Tamara Faith Berger, concerns a young woman named Leila (Lauren Lee Smith). Leila engages in a series of sexual relationships, attempting to figure out her feelings on the topics of love and sex, and she eventually becomes deeply involved with at artist named David (Eric Balfour). Their relationship changes Leila's feelings about many aspects of life, and she grows as a human being as a result.
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Critic Reviews for Lie with Me
[L]ike anything that flirts with the pornographic, Lie With Me bores.
With its drawn-out last act and sentimental ending, pic is a long way from being the Gen-Y Last Tango in Paris it would like to think it is.
A thrust in the right direction.
Director Clement Virgo, working with his partner Tamara Faith Berger's short, snappy novel, Lie With Me, strives to get beyond titillation and largely succeeds.
Audience Reviews for Lie with Me
This Canadian drama-romance film is not bad, but so hot as what I think it is stunning, but never gratuitious or porn-like. The sex scenes are long, filmic and beautifully shot, but not enough. Lauren Lee Smith delivers a performance in an extremely challenging role that required not only an understanding of the "dark side" of modern relationships, but a clear ability to approach the character of "Leila" with honesty, courage and a sense of honesty that transcends most films in this genre.
Waste of time soft porn with a bit of a storyline. I couldn't even sit through it.
Is there anything that keeps these two young people together other than sex? Doesn't seem like it. There is a lot of skin in this movie - both Eric Balfour's and Lauren Lee Smith's.
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