NOTHING STAYS HIDDEN.
Manhattan psychotherapist Grace Fraser (Nicole Kidman) is intrigued by a beautiful, younger woman, Elena; soon, Elena’s found bludgeoned to death and Grace’s husband (Hugh Grant) is the prime suspect. An HBO miniseries that has pretty much everything money can buy, which it needs because there isn’t much going on under the hood. The story initially comes across as full of potential, but it has very little mystery to offer. Still, the cast (especially Grant) keep us thrilled and the upper-class environs are nicely realized.
2020-U.S. Made for TV. 318 min. Color. Created and written by David E. Kelley. Directed by Susanne Bier. Novel: Jean Hanff Korelitz (”You Should Have Known”). Cinematography: Anthony Dod Mantle. Cast: Nicole Kidman (Grace Fraser), Hugh Grant (Jonathan Fraser), Donald Sutherland (Franklin Reinhardt), Édgar Ramirez, Noah Juppe, Lily Rabe… Rosemary Harris, Sofie Gråbøl.
Trivia: Originally shown in six episodes. Kidman sings the opening theme, a version of ”Dream a Little Dream of Me”.