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Dogs Lie (2011)

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Eight patients and two staff meet at luxurious NY sleep clinic for a night of observation and hi tech monitoring.Their lives become dangerously entwined as secrets are revealed.Love,blackmail and murder ensue.

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Ashley Arcement ... Exotic Dancer
Frank Boyd ... Josh
... Iqbal
Jessie Christen ... Dancer
... Lucia
... Amy
... Will
... Herman
Jonathan Lam ... Peter
Arnie Mazer ... Vlad
Rebecca Mills ... Receptionist
... Mamaji
... Detective Mayo
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Eight patients and two staff (Samrat Chakrabarti and Frank Boyd) meet at a luxurious NY sleep clinic for a night of observation and monitoring. Their lives become dangerously entwined as secrets are revealed.Lucia (Ewa Da Cruz) becomes the center of attention as her life seemingly spins out of control. Love, black mail and murder ensue. Humor and irreverence give way to devious self interest. Written by Richard Atkinson

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$170,000 (estimated)
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An entertaining film with a twist
8 February 2012 | by See all my reviews

A very entertaining film with an unexpected twist.

Having seen this you won't want to stay in a sleep clinic - it may keep you awake. It's an unusual setting but this adds to the intrigue

It is not what it seems and not what you would expect

The characters and their relationships are well developed at a good pace. Josh and Iqbal are utterly believable and keep you involved to the end.

The light humour adds to the viewing pleasure - I loved the telephone conversations between Iqbal and his mother.

It deserves the awards and accolades it has received so far.


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