Madeline is confronted by a desperate Joseph, the school principal scrutinizes Ziggy's behavior, and Dr. Reisman presses Celeste about her marriage.

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Ed Mackenzie
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Bonnie Carlson
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Chloe Mackenzie
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Madeline is confronted by a desperate Joseph, the school principal scrutinizes Ziggy's behavior, and Dr. Reisman presses Celeste about her marriage.

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The ocean appears on the left as Jane drives from Monterey south to San Luis Obispo. It should be on the right. See more »

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Rippin Kittin
Written by Caroline Hervé
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"Evils of a seemingly perfect town"
16 September 2017 | by (India) – See all my reviews

Perfection is a myth. Don't believe it- see "Big Little Lies".

To be honest, despite this being a top rated episode I found it to be a little slow. But that doesn't mean that it doesn't have an impact- it does and has a very powerful emotional resonance to it and again the show is stolen by its three ladies- Witherspoon, Kidman and Dern. Woodley is also perfect in her portrayal but there is very little time and development given to this character. Our heart now mainly goes for Kidman and Witherspoon.

This episode was like every other intense, well-acted and hauntingly explored a social evil- domestic violence. It goes brutal without being brutal and its largely due to Kidman's performance and the complexity in her character- she deserves her Emmy this time, she really does.

I had signed in for BLL for a murder-mystery. I got so much more than that- a heartfelt drama that openly talked about sex, extra- martial affairs and abuse. The story goes along smoothly and performances are stellar while the cinematography and surrealistic direction really transforms you to the town of Monterey. Its a show that has an impact and leaves you to think- SEE IT.


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