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Lie with Me
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Director:
Writers:
Tamara Berger (written by) and
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Release Date:
3 March 2006 (Spain) See more »
Genre:
Tagline:
First came the passion, followed by the intense sex, and then came... LOVE!
Plot:
An outgoing, sexually aggressive young woman meets and begins a torrid affair with an equally aggressive young man in which their affair begins to bring a strain on their personal lives. Full summary » | Add synopsis »
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Awards:
1 win & 2 nominations See more »
NewsDesk:
(13 articles)
User Reviews:
Canada's best See more (70 total) »

Cast

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Lauren Lee Smith ... Leila

Eric Balfour ... David

Polly Shannon ... Victoria

Mayko Nguyen ... Victoria's Friend
Michael Facciolo ... Shy Guy

Kate Lynch ... Marla

Ron White ... Ben

Kristin Lehman ... Rachel (as Kristen Lehman)

Don Francks ... Joshua
Richard Chevolleau ... Vigorous

Frank Chiesurin ... Joel - Groom
Nicola Lipman ... Rabbi

Theresa Tova ... Wedding Singer

Directed by
Clement Virgo 
 
Writing credits
Tamara Berger (written by) (as Tamara Faith Berger) and
Clement Virgo (written by)

Tamara Berger (book) (as Tamara Faith Berger)

Carrie Paupst Shaughnessy (story editor)

Produced by
Damon D'Oliveira .... producer: Conquering Lion
Hartley Gorenstein .... line producer
Julia Rosenberg .... executive producer
Clement Virgo .... producer: Conquering Lion
 
Original Music by
Byron Wong 
 
Cinematography by
Barry Stone (director of photography)
 
Film Editing by
Susan Maggi 
 
Casting by
John Buchan 
Wendy O'Brien 
 
Production Design by
Kathleen Climie 
 
Art Direction by
Sharon Lacoste 
 
Set Decoration by
Mary Kirkland 
 
Costume Design by
Antoinette Messam 
 
Makeup Department
Nicole Babb .... daily makeup artist
Amara Craig .... daily hair stylist
Jenn Gould .... key hair stylist
Rhonda Heffernan .... makeup artist
Dawn E. Rivard .... daily hair stylist (as Dawn Rivard)
Janice Schantz .... daily makeup artist
Charles Seminerio .... daily hair stylist (as Charles Semnerio)
Taraleigh Wallace .... daily hair stylist (as Tara Leigh Wallace)
Sandra Wheatle .... key makeup artist
Rikki Zucker .... daily hair stylist (as Ricky Zucker)
 
Production Management
Hartley Gorenstein .... production manager
Calvin B. Grant .... post-production supervisor
 
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
John Glen Adams .... third assistant director
Megan Banning .... first assistant director
Gregory Besky .... third assistant director
David Coulter .... second assistant director
Rebecca Hu .... trainee assistant director
Pazz Neglia .... second assistant director
David Sparkes .... third assistant director
 
Art Department
Elizabeth Bailey .... scenic artist
Gil Barbosa .... painter
Frank Botello .... painter
Jean Brophey .... property master
David Fuller .... key scenic
Brian Jones .... construction coordinator
Jonathan McKenzie .... head carpenter
Kent Monkman .... storyboard artist (as Miss Share Eagle Testickle)
Rowena O'Connor .... property assistant
Richelle Wilks .... assistant art director
 
Sound Department
David Caporale .... sound assistant
Matthew Chan .... assistant sound re-recording mixer
John Elliot .... foley assistant
Steve Hammond .... foley artist
John Hazen .... re-recording mixer
Ronayne Higginson .... adr & dialogue editor
Les Jolliffe .... boom operator
Martin Gwynn Jones .... first assistant sound editor
David McCallum .... co-sound designer
Matthew McKenzie .... adr recordist
Colin McLellan .... adr recordist
Aleksandar Mitrovic .... audio assist
Daniel Pellerin .... sound
Brent Pickett .... sound assistant
Jan Rudy .... re-recording mixer
Bissa Scekic .... sound mixer
Jane Tattersall .... sound designer
 
Special Effects by
Brock Jolliffe .... special effects coordinator
John Sanders .... special effects supervisor
 
Visual Effects by
David Hedley .... colour grading artist
 
Camera and Electrical Department
Jennifer Beasley .... assistant camera
Mark Berlet .... gaffer
Alan G. Kelly .... grip
Loreen Ruddock .... gaffer
Ian Watson .... still photographer
Brian White .... first assistant camera
 
Casting Department
Susan Curran .... extras casting
Jonathan Payne .... casting assistant
Jennifer Rudolph .... casting: New York
 
Costume and Wardrobe Department
Dorothy Crutcher .... assistant costume designer
Michelle Lyte .... wardrobe buyer
 
Editorial Department
Robert Doyle .... assistant editor
David Hedley .... color grader
 
Location Management
Don Cornelius .... location manager
 
Music Department
Annelise Noronha .... composer: additional music
 
Other crew
Jonas Bell Pasht .... assistant to producer
Indira Guha .... business and legal affairs: Telefilm Canada
Sam Javanrouh .... title designer
Anthony Pangalos .... production coordinator
Anne Podwin .... script supervisor
Wendy Saffer .... unit publicist
Danielle Shamash .... assistant to director
Jeff A. Wright .... production associate
Kerry Young .... assistant to producer
 
Thanks
Jane Tattersall .... special thanks
 

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Runtime:
93 min
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Certification:
Argentina:18 | Australia:R18+ | Brazil:18 | Canada:R (British Columbia/Nova Scotia/Ontario) | Canada:18+ (Quebec) | Germany:16 | Iceland:16 | Japan:R-18 | Malaysia:(Banned) | New Zealand:R18 | Portugal:M/18 | Singapore:R21 (cut) | South Korea:Limited (original rating) | South Korea:18 (re-rating) (cut) | UK:18 | USA:Not Rated

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Trivia:
One of the only mainstream films in history to include real unsimulated sex scenes between the actors.See more »
Goofs:
Continuity: In the scene where Leila and David are about to have sex on the couch, after he takes her panties off he puts on a condom. After a minute or two they roll off the couch and onto the floor where they finish having sex. After she stands up he is still laying on the floor and his penis is clearly visible with no condom on it.See more »
Quotes:
Leila:Down on my knees for the very first time I remember there was all this hair in my mouth. I didn't think that was what it would feel like and the guy kept forcing himself in my face saying "please, please, please." He sounded like a little girl... I didn't know if I was supposed to close my eyes or keep them open...See more »
Movie Connections:
References L'Atalante (1934)See more »
Soundtrack:
Blunt Like SolidSee more »

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70 out of 96 people found the following review useful.
Canada's best, 28 December 2005
Author: lauracombden from Canada

This movie is the best thing i've seen come out of Canada in awhile. It shows Toronto beautifully, in a way I've never seen in a film before. I think it is a very honest portrayal of women and sex. Not all women, but the women who cannot grasp what love is in relation to sex. This movie is entirely about love, and I think everyone's ridiculous obsession over the sexual content is underestimating the story. Everyone should see this film, it needs our support, and not just because you see sex, inside and out. You should see it because it explores love in a way that has never been captured on screen before. It explores love as something that is slow and developed and tangled up somewhere, as the main character struggles with the idea of its existence. This film could not have worked without the two main actors, who made this movie what it is.

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