There is an overuse of certain images What we have to see are repeated red flags, repeated disturbances in identity, excessive grandiosity and using other people for your own game
Why did she go on these walks? We could use the term sociopath, but the technical, psychiatric diagnosis would be antisocial personality disorder That would be another sign, another piece of data

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There are also some plot holes here and there and perhaps less attention to the victim than was deserved.

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I would really like to know more about how their relationship began
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Kidman is tasked with carrying the show, but Grace is too inconsistent a character to anchor the story, frequently making frustrating decisions seemingly for the sole purpose of dragging out the plot
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But Grace probably would have seen an instance of when a patient died and suddenly the show is off, the lights are off
This one incident is not enough The sister reveal is a huge flag
He could be showcasing his empathic behavior—we see Grace and other parents are there—and acting empathic for manipulative needs Henry is always watching news on his mobile or an I-pad and Franklin sits around in art galleries or his gallery like house

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One of the things that I would really like to do if I ever had the time is develop a website for judges, lawyers and other professionals so that they really grasp because so much of it is just caricatured and misconstrued in the media, in the movies.

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Because over time, you start to recognize it
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What starts out as a lively drama about scandal among the one percent turns into a turgid thriller and later a courtroom drama, recalling some of the hackier tendencies of past Kelley shows like The Practice and Boston Legal
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Starring Nicole Kidman, Hugh Grant, Noah Jupe, Edgar Ramirez, Donald Sutherland, Lily Rabe, Noma Dumezweni and Ismael Cruz Córdova, premieres Oct