Innocent Lies is a 1995 French-British film directed by Patrick Dewolf and starring Stephen Dorff, Gabrielle Anwar, Adrian Dunbar, and Joanna Lumley. British police officer Alan Cross (Dunbar) travels to a small French town to investigate the death of one of his colleagues. When he arrives, however, he uncovers secrets that were never meant to be found. Cross becomes friends with a family of wealthy Britons who were close with the deceased. While the death was ruled a suicide, Cross believes that the wealthy family may have played an important role. Siblings Jeremy and Celia Graves (Dorff and Anwar) are of special note, for their disturbing relationship pushes the boundaries of acceptable behavior. Innocent Lies was panned by critics and faired poorly at the box office. Of note, however, is that Keira Knightley makes one of her first acting appearances on screen as the young Celia.