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Big Littel Lies

Big Little Lies („Große kleine Lügen“) ist eine US-amerikanische Fernsehserie aus dem Jahr , die ursprünglich als Miniserie angelegt war. Sie basiert auf. Big Little Lies: Im Zentrum der subversiven HBO-Comedyserie stehen drei Mütter, unter denen ein erbitterter Kampf um den Status und den äußeren Schein . Über Filme auf DVD bei Thalia ✓»Big Little Lies - Die komplette 2. Staffel (2 DVDs)«von Nicole Kidman, Reese Witherspoon, Meryl Streep, Laura Dern.

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View All Videos View All Photos Big Little Lies: Season 2. Critics Consensus: Gorgeous and gripping, Big Little Lies 's second season doubles down on the dark humor and gives its impressive cast even more juicy drama to chew on -- especially an excellent Meryl Streep.

Big Little Lies: Season 1. Critics Consensus: Bitingly funny and highly addictive, Big Little Lies is a twisty, thrilling, enlightening ride led by a first-rate cast.

Nicole Kidman Celeste Wright. Shailene Woodley Jane Chapman. Laura Dern Renata Klein. Adam Scott Ed Mackenzie. James Tupper Nathan Carlson.

Jeffrey Nordling Gordon Klein. Kathryn Newton Abigail Carlson. Darby Camp Chloe Mackenzie. Reese Witherspoon.

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This has everything I love in a book! Real characters, great plot, humor, suspense and a good read! Mirkat This isn't actually a question Is this a good mystery for a book group?

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My friends and I call her books "heavy chick lit" because they're easy to read but delve into some serious stuff.

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This book is fine. I enjoyed reading Big Little Lies. Yes, it deals with domestic violence and sexual assault and the pressures and pettiness of white middle class and upper class womanhood when it comes to their social lives and their children and so on, but everything here is easy, frothy.

Not every book needs to carry the weight of the world. But at the same time, some of what this book deals with is serious and so it makes the frothiness aggravating at times.

Also, it just needs to be said, this is a very white book. Look, I hate having a brain, too. Also, this book is brutally well written. You can absolutely see the structure and how the plot was assembled and what each character is supposed to do.

I get it, I get it. Everything resolves very tidily and satisfyingly. This book is a fine template for how to write a massive bestseller, if you want to do that sort of thing.

View all 63 comments. This one was pgs. I was thoroughly captivated, found this to be brilliant in plot, structure and tone. Gulped it right down.

On the surface this was about a group of parents whose children were starting kindergarten. We have the typical cliques, the do-goobers and many, many who think their children are oh so special.

Over parenting to a T. Working moms against stay at home moms, fulfillment vs. Humorously told, there are so many times this book had This one was pgs.

Humorously told, there are so many times this book had me laughing, some of these moms were so over the top, absolutely absurd.

Under the surface was another layers, the author tackles many issues, among them bullying, spousal abuse and others. These women and their marriages all have issues, problems with their marriages, dealing with traumas from the past.

Considering everything that was tackled in this book it should not have worked but it did, and that is to the author's credit.

Everything leads up to trivia night at the school and that will bring revelations, disasters and many will find themselves changed. Loved every minute of this one.

View all 29 comments. Probably the funniest book about murder and domestic abuse I'll ever read. View all 44 comments. She has a knack for creating characters who are so believable they could easily be someone you know.

Big Little Lies is a story of parents acting badly. It is also a smart and witty story about the real lives of children, teens, friends, husbands, wives, second wives, and exes.

You are teased from the beginning with something awful that happens at the annual Pirriwee Public School fund raising. You know the what but not the who or the how.

Along the way you discover some of the dangerous little lies that people tell just to be able to face the day. View all 17 comments. You know how sometimes you get to the end of a book and you wish you could wipe it from your mind, just so you could have the pleasure of reading it for the first time again?

This is one of those books. I can't think of another author off the top of my head who does relationships so well and with such humour as Liane Moriarty.

Her characters love and laugh, rub each other up the wrong way, extend the hand of friendship, spread gossip, resolve to do better, cry and keep secrets -- just like real pe You know how sometimes you get to the end of a book and you wish you could wipe it from your mind, just so you could have the pleasure of reading it for the first time again?

Her characters love and laugh, rub each other up the wrong way, extend the hand of friendship, spread gossip, resolve to do better, cry and keep secrets -- just like real people.

Though we know someone has died from the beginning of the novel, we don't find out who it is till the end, as we go back through the histories of the participants to uncover the nagging jealousies and seething problems that led to the fatal moment.

So we spend the book in a state of breathless anticipation and worry. Who died? Was it bubbly Madeline, struggling to connect with the teenage daughter of her first marriage?

Or beautiful Celeste, whose perfect life hides an ugly secret? Or was it single mum Jane, trying to start afresh, who finds that playground bullying isn't just for the kids any more?

Moriarty will keep you up late flipping pages as you follow the story of these three and the colourful characters who surround them, desperate to find out who died -- and why.

The answer is enormously satisfying. View all 24 comments. View all 3 comments. I think Stephen King summed up Big Little Lies perfectly when he said it is "a hell of a book, funny and scary.

The moms in Big Little Lies are written so well. I loved all the different stereotypes represented in each of them and how the different dynamics played out between them and their families.

I'll admit, I was a little confused early on and could have used a family tree to help me see who belonged where and that only got messier along the way , but Moriarty kept me updated in subtle ways to make sure I was tracking with her as the story unfolded.

Hang on, taking a quick coffee break. Alright, much better. There are a couple of other takeaways from the book I want to share.

First off, the whole suburban-everything-is-awesome facade in which the book is firmly nestled, and in which I find myself now.

I really loved how the book started out in a fun, whimsical way by introducing me to the various characters and making me feel like everyone has everything together and life is just so swell all the time.

Then, as the book rolls along, more and more is revealed from the past, mysteries are solved, and you learn that these women's lives just aren't what you thought they were.

And, man, isn't that life? All of us walking around all carefree making sure everyone thinks we are just fine and dandy thank you very much, and maybe there aren't things as dark as some stuff in this book happening, but we are all stressed out with kids and jobs and life and whatever.

Anyway, I just liked that slow descent into the darker layers of the major characters in the story. That's all I'm saying.

So no spoilers, but I thought it was important for me as someone who isn't a woman to read about how events can shape the lives and thought of someone who is a woman.

That's a lot of unnecessary words. What I'm trying to say is you never know how much your actions can impact another person.

In this case, the words and actions of men had a deep emotional impact on women. Some of it was tough to read, and to know that stuff is happening that we often don't even know about is scary.

It's bad enough that so much evil and darkness exists out there, but what about all the stuff that hasn't been brought into the light yet?

Life is hard. And, last but not least, the minor characters chiming in at the end of many chapters to kick in a little foreshadowing was an excellent plot device.

That trivia night was something I was anticipating from the very beginning. The timeline worked down to that single night, and there was lots of statements from police questioning sprinkled in early so the mystery slowly rolls down to that night and a little beyond.

It made the book so easy and quick to read, but it wasn't some mindless page turner to just get through for mild enjoyment. It was written really well, and the payoff in the end was worth it.

Celeste and Mary Louise go to trial to battle for the custody of Max and Josh. Celeste is completely shocked and hurt when Mary Louise's lawyer asks her a wide array of personal questions.

Celeste explains that she is coping with grief and intends to improve herself and get better. Just before the judge announces the verdict, Celeste interrupts to say that Mary Louise never took the stand and that is not fair.

Celeste herself wants to question Mary Louise, and the judge agrees. Ed meets with Tori, who comes on to him and tells him that she has fantasized about him.

Madeline approaches Ed again, and says that she wants to try to work it out. Jane questions Corey about his presence at the police station, and he tells her that he was just called in for questioning by the detective, who asked him if Jane has ever talked with him about the night Perry died.

Corey claims that he told the detective nothing. Though mildly reassured, Jane stops answering his calls and texts because she says she is not ready for something new just yet.

Bonnie confesses everything including pushing Perry and her resentment towards her mother to her mom, while she is in a coma, as she thinks her mother is going to die soon and that this may be her last chance to say anything.

Mary Louise is questioned in court by Celeste, where Mary Louise is asked about Perry's brother's death and how he coped and how she treated him.

Later, Celeste shows a video that her son took of Perry physically abusing her, and claims that Mary Louise would raise her own sons to be similar abusers.

Celeste ends up with full custody, and Mary Louise leaves Monterey Bay. Bonnie tells her mother she loves her just before she dies, and tells Nathan she does not love him.

Ed and Madeline renew their vows. Jane and Corey progress in their relationship with Ziggy's approval. Gordon arranges to keep his train set despite the repossession of their other property, to the disapproval of Renata, who furiously destroys it and leaves him.

Finally, Bonnie texts the rest of the Monterey Five that she is going to confess, in response to which all four women accompany her to the police station.

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That Was Yesterday. Why Can't We Live Together. Renata forgives Jane and reveals her plan to schedule play dates with each of Amabella's classmates to discover who is hurting her.

Celeste's therapist advises her to prepare to leave Perry by renting an apartment and disclosing the abuse to friends.

Later, Perry tries to initiate sex with Celeste, who defensively fractures his penis with a tennis racket. Returning from the hospital, Perry tells Celeste that she is "lucky" that he did not kill her.

The following day, she begins looking for an apartment. At the opening night of Avenue Q , Tori confronts Madeline about having an affair with Joseph.

At home, Madeline and Ed have another argument about her lack of passion toward him, which culminates in her alluding to having made a "terrible mistake".

Bonnie tells Nathan that Abigail's "secret project" is auctioning her virginity to raise money for Amnesty International. At their couples dinner, the two reluctantly tell Madeline and Ed.

Madeline furiously confronts Abigail, disclosing her affair in the process. Following another beating, Celeste decides to leave Perry the day after trivia night.

Ziggy confesses to Jane that Max, one of Celeste's sons, was who choked Amabella. Madeline talks to Joseph about his wife knowing about their affair, and Jane woefully tells Celeste that her son is the bully.

Celeste realizes that Max was emulating Perry's abuse, having overheard it while he was playing a video game. When preparing to leave for trivia night, Perry sees a text message on Celeste's phone from the landlady of her new apartment.

He confronts her on the way to the party, but is interrupted by Renata. At the party, Celeste tells Renata that Max is the bully and Amabella framed Ziggy out of fear of Max.

Meanwhile, a drunk Madeline runs away during Ed's singing performance after realizing just how much he loves her and how little she gives him in return.

Jane goes after her and finds her atop stairs at the back of the venue. Madeline tells Jane that she cheated on Ed. Renata also goes after them and apologizes to Jane for having blamed Ziggy.

Celeste joins the women, followed by Perry. Bonnie follows them and watches the group from afar. Jane sees Perry and realizes that he is Saxon Banks.

Perry pleads with Celeste to come back home with him, and when she declines, he viciously attacks her. The group unsuccessfully fights Perry off until Bonnie rushes in and pushes him down the stairs, killing him.

In police interviews, the women confirm that a fight with Perry happened, but claim he fell accidentally.

Later, the five women and their children lounge at the beach, where Detective Quinlan continues to watch them. Kelley and Liane Moriarty.

In the aftermath of Perry's death, Celeste, Madeline, Jane, and Renata try to move on with their lives, while Bonnie considers turning herself in to the police.

It is the first day of second grade for the children, and the five women reunite. Perry's mother, Mary Louise, who is staying with Celeste, begins asking questions about her son's death, and clashes with Madeline.

Nathan worries about how distant Bonnie has been with him, and asks Ed for help. Abigail decides she will not go to college, to Madeline's disapproval.

At the beach, Corey, a co-worker of Jane's, asks her if she is one of the "Monterey Five". Jane tells the other women apart from Bonnie about this, and Renata assures them that the police have nothing.

Celeste has nightmares about Perry and Mary Louise questions her about them. Celeste crashes her car while on Ambien , with no recollections of what happened.

A worried Nathan calls Bonnie's parents to town. Gordon is arrested for insider trading and stock fraud by the FBI.

Renata is dumbfounded that he is playing with an expensive train set while he has lost all of their money. Mary Louise finds out that Perry has another son from Max and Josh.

She refuses to believe that Perry raped Jane by victim blaming her. Madeline grounds Chloe after finding out that she told Max, Josh, and Ziggy that the three boys share the same father.

Jane reluctantly tells Ziggy about how he is the product of a rape. Ed discovers Madeline's infidelity.

Bonnie clashes with her mother, and remembers traumatic incidents from her childhood. Amabella has an anxiety attack during a lesson about climate change.

Renata hires a child psychologist and finds out Amabella is worried about the planet dying, her father going to jail, and Renata's mental state. Renata blames Gordon for it and confronts Principal Nippal and Mr.

Perkins about teaching second graders about climate change. Mary Louise approaches Jane at work and requests for a paternity test be done, which Jane refuses.

Mary Louise then lurks in the parking lot of Jane's apartment to take a look at Ziggy. She finds similarities between Ziggy and Perry's twin brother, who died as a child, but refuses to accept the fact that Perry was abusive and a rapist.

To save their marriage, Madeline and Ed visit Celeste's therapist. During a parents meeting at Otter Bay Elementary, Madeline breaks down while speaking.

Jane and Corey go on a date, but she is unable to be intimate with him. During a pumpkin-carving party at Madeline's house, Mary Louise turns up uninvited.

Mary Louise gets an apartment in the same building as Jane, which Celeste deems overstepping her boundaries. When Mary Louise subtly insinuates that Perry was womanizing to seek refuge from Celeste, Celeste slaps her.

The next day, over coffee with Celeste, Mary Louise admits her husband left her after the death of Perry's brother and that she deserved the blame.

Mary Louise approaches lawyer Ira Farber to gain custody of her grandchildren, citing negligence by Celeste. Madeline and Ed's marriage continues to deteriorate.

Renata and Gordon have a disastrous bankruptcy hearing when she refuses to co-operate. At Amabella's birthday party, Jane tells Corey about her rape, and Bonnie's mother has a stroke after seeing a vision of Bonnie drowning.

Celeste refuses a settlement offer from Mary Louise's lawyer for joint custody of the boys, and the case goes to trial.

Renata tries to get Mary Louise to drop the case, who in turn taunts her for being a working mother. Ziggy is bullied by a boy, who calls him a mistake and that his father is a rapist; Max and Josh defend him and the three of them beat up the bully, leading to their suspension.

Jane tries to be intimate with Corey, but the trauma causes her to break down. Celeste, Jane, Corey, and the three boys go on a kayak trip during their suspension, while Renata and Amabella make use of this opportunity to bond as mother and daughter at the pool.

Ed and Madeline go to couples therapy, where Madeline promises that she will not make the same mistakes again. Later, Tori hits on Ed at a bar, with Joseph staring at them from a nearby table.

At the hospital, Bonnie's mother asks her to pull the plug. A distraught Bonnie once again considers turning herself in to the police, but on her way to a police station, she spots Corey leaving it.

Celeste and Mary Louise go to trial to battle for the custody of Max and Josh. Celeste is completely shocked and hurt when Mary Louise's lawyer asks her a wide array of personal questions.

Celeste explains that she is coping with grief and intends to improve herself and get better. Just before the judge announces the verdict, Celeste interrupts to say that Mary Louise never took the stand and that is not fair.

Celeste herself wants to question Mary Louise, and the judge agrees. Ed meets with Tori, who comes on to him and tells him that she has fantasized about him.

Madeline approaches Ed again, and says that she wants to try to work it out. Jane questions Corey about his presence at the police station, and he tells her that he was just called in for questioning by the detective, who asked him if Jane has ever talked with him about the night Perry died.

Corey claims that he told the detective nothing.

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