Lies in Plain Sight

Lies in Plain Sight

“Lies in Plain Sight” tells the story of Eva and her blind cousin Sofia (Martha Higareda), who were inseparable as children, with Eva the loyal companion who helped Sofia through her tough adolescent years. When Eva suddenly commits suicide, Sofia rushes home to her father, Hector (Benito Martinez), and Eva’s parents, Marisol (Rosie Perez) and Rafael (Yul Vásquez), to find answers. But the more she delves into Eva’s life, questioning her past boyfriends Ethan (Chad Michael Murray) and Christian (Christoph Sanders), the more Sofia realizes that their childhood was actually filled with dark, disturbing secrets.

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Semmi A (fr) wrote: If u liked the 1st one, Grave Encounters 2 was pretty sweet

Cody F (nl) wrote: A fun movie to watch. Josh Radnor plays a man at a cross roads who has to revisit his university years to grow up. I found this really enjoyable.

Eric B (fr) wrote: What if you could redo it all over again? What would you change? This story is just about that! An uplifting story! Very Enjoyable

Muffin M (de) wrote: I own this on DVD in a four movie pack along with:* Cheaper By The Dozen (2003)* Home Alone (1990)* Home Alone 2: Lost In New York (1992)

bill s (jp) wrote: Decent thriller with some rather generous twist and turns.

Russ C (fr) wrote: There were moments that were brilliant in this film, but I found that as a whole it was not coherent and a tad dense.

Mr Movie R (au) wrote: If you ever have an actual day off, watch this movie.

Manuel S (jp) wrote: Starts off well but loses steam once Columbus returns to America on the 2nd trip as Scott tragically tampers with historical accuracy and greatly romanticizes Columbus as an unwilling "good guy". To make matters worse every Columbus antagonists grows increasingly cartoonish (specially one dimensional bad guy Wincott). Like many natives one wishes he had stopped at the end of the first trip.