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===Story=== In terms of alluring female nudity, ''Swimming Pool'' shows 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 Ozon reunites with his ''Under the Sand'' star, Charlotte Rampling, to tell a seductive tale of murder and complicity, beginning when British mystery novelist Sarah Morton (Rampling) seeks peace and relaxation at her publisher's French villa, only to find his brash, sexually liberated daughter Julie (Ludivine Sagnier) arriving shortly thereafter to disrupt her solitary reverie. What begins as mutual annoyance turns into something more sinister and duplicitous, alternating between Julie's predatory sex with men and Sarah's observant, perhaps jealous fascination. These two women, generations apart, share in Ozon's delicate dance of trust, curiosity, and gradual understanding, until a twist ending that forces you to reevaluate everything you've seen. Only then will the mysteries of ''Swimming Pool'' be fully and tantalizingly revealed. (Note: The unrated version contains full-frontal nudity that's been edited from the rated version. In both versions, the overall plot is not affected.) ''--Jeff Shannon'' ===DVD Features=== *Color *Widescreen *Dolby


Charles Dance
Charlotte Rampling
Ludivine Sagnier
Mireille Mosse
Jean-Marie Lamour
Marc Fayolle

Millet owns Swimming Pool
Jul 12, 09 4:10pm
I like this movie, as a writer likes to stare at his reflection in a bathroom or other mirror. SwimmingPool
  • Genre: Mystery Movies
  • Director: Fran?s Ozon
  • Producer: Universal
  • Length: 103 min
  • Aspect ratio: Widescreen 1.85:1
  • Theatrical Release
    North AmericaJan 1, 2003
  • Ratings
    North AmericaR
  • DVD Release
    North AmericaJan 13, 2004
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