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Swimming Pool

6 Ratings: 2.3
A movie directed by Fran├žois Ozon

In terms of alluring female nudity,Swimming Poolshows a lot, but it's what remains concealed that gives this erotic thriller a potent, voyeuristic charge. With his Hitchcockian handling of secrets and lies, prolific French director François … see full wiki

Director: Francois Ozon
5 reviews about Swimming Pool
Quick Tip by . May 04, 2010
Sexy, Mind-Bending and Clever! (full review coming soon)
review by . November 09, 2008
Swimming Pool (Unrated Version)
I honestly didn't think that I would like this movie, until my brother practically forced me to watch it. Turns out, I love the film. Although there are not many remarkable individual moments, the film is interesting and eyecatching because of real personalities of the two main characters; Sarah Morton (played by Charlotte Rampling) and Julie (played by Ludivine Sagnier).     Both Sarah and Julie have unique strengths and weaknesses that are perfectly exploited along the plotline. …
review by . March 05, 2006
An interesting plot and some fine acting makes this movie pretty good but when it comes right down to it. I suspect the 200+ reviews are mainly due to the incredible eye candy and the rather strong sexual content involving the young co-star and a bit of Rampling who still has a nice body.    I guess this is perfect movie for brainy teens.
review by . January 19, 2004
posted in Movie Hype
Like a typical art house film, this offering from director, Fran├žois Ozon meanders a bit, giving us a slice of the life of Sarah Morton, a successful crime fiction author as she foregoes her busy London writer's block for the needed tranquility of the South of France. We watch Sarah perform little things with little dialogue and get the impression that she lives a routine where most of her desires are repressed by her own rigidity. We get a glimpse of her life in London with her father and a sense …
review by . December 12, 2003
posted in Movie Hype
The movie spends 95% of its running time very effectively building mood and mystery. Everyone is terrific in it. The pace is slow and comfortable, like a good "artsy" movie should be. The sexuality is quite frank and erotic. That's all good. When events turn violent, we're ready for a powderkeg of some sort to go off.Then, the movie lets us in on its big secret!! What a rip off!!! Let it be know here and now, that I am a person who avidly enjoys "artsy" films or little "independent" movies. You …
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