The film ignited controversy with audiences because of its nature and unclear conclusion which can be interpreted and argued in various ways — while in France many comparisons were made with 's 1969 film The Swimming Pool , starring and. Oldukça başarılı oyunculuklara ve manzaralara sahip bu film. Now she is tired and uncertain, and her publisher offers her a holiday in his French villa. The drama purely revolves around the dilemma that the protagonist finds herself in, which helps the film build to a really clever twist. Sarah is a middle-aged woman who has found success writing a series of popular crime novels. Gerçekten, filmdeki asıl olayların başlaması 70. His critically acclaimed Under the Sand was also a frigid film whose isolated protagonist, ostensibly unable to accept the disappearance of her husband, outwardly appears to be coping with reality while she engages in odd behavior that is progressively more difficult to explain.
She doesn't appear to be able to take pleasure in anything at all. Sarah visibly relaxes as soon as she arrives. While mostly antagonistic, the interplay between Sarah and Julie reveals much about their needs and desires, and how each woman is damaged. She uses earplugs to allow her to sleep during Julie's noisy nighttime adventures, although she nonetheless has a fascination with them. Bir gece, Fransız editörün genç kızı Julie, Sarah'ın hayatına altüst edici bir giriş yapar ve kadın yazarın yaşamındaki tüm sükunet, bir daha geri dönmemek üzere bozulur. Sözün özü zaman zaman gerilimin yükseldiği ilginç bir yapım.
The two get into some relationship trouble while living together in this film of psychological imagery and an erotic exploration of the female body. Sarah is surprised, intrigued, disapproving, curious. Not merely suffering a case of literary ennui, Sarah seems to be in the grip of anhedonia. Archived from on 7 January 2008. Soğuk, uyuz İngiliz kadını rolündeki Charlotte Rampling rolünü yansıtmada çok başarılı. Ozon'un tarzını ve karakterleri bu filmde oldukça iyi anladım, neyi anlatmaya çalıştığını.
Swimming Pool'un kötü bir film olmadığını en başta belirtmek istiyorum. She leaves the swimming pool covered and avoids the local food, buying only junk and subsisting mostly on yogurt and tomatoes. Fakat film o kadar tekrara bağlıyor ki! Um eine kreative Schaffenskrise zu bewältigen bzw. Ve film kendisini bu durumdan kurtarmak için 1 kilometre öteden tahmin edilebilir, seyirciyi ters köşe yapma amaçlı bir final inşaa etmiş. Ozon does not even allow us to see how deep until the final scene is over, giving us that special fun that only the very best movies providethe pleasure of diving in again and again.
À Beira da Piscina foi lançado no em maio de 2003 e estreou para o público em geral alguns dias mais tarde. It was given a in the United States that July, and was edited in order to avoid an rating due to its sexual content and nudity. Ostensibly this would mean that the character of Julie is a total fiction conjured by Sarah for the purpose of her new book — also titled Swimming Pool — which she presents defiantly to Bosload at the end of the film. She looks down from high windows, spying on the girl who seems so indifferent to her opinion. Though admirably played by Charlotte Rampling, the character as written fails utterly to connect with the audience.
Swimming Pool is also, like so many movies today, in part a film about writing. And how there is nothing more disturbing than trying to conceal a crime that cries out to be revealed. Sarah takes him up on the offer, hinting that she hopes John may come and visit as well. Dort macht die alte Dame die Bekanntschaft von Bosloads sinnenfroher Tochter Julie Ludivine Sagnier , einer von keinerlei Moralempfinden getrübten Lolita-Schlampe par excellence. Sarah sneaks into Julie's room and steals her diary, using it in the new novel she is working on. His daughter, Julia, also shows up just as Sarah is leaving, but is revealed to be a completely different person than the girl Julie that the viewer was introduced to as John's daughter.
Sarah's publisher, John Bosload, offers her his country house near , France, for some rest and relaxation. About the only development that can be easily guessed is that Julie will inevitably discover that Sarah has been at her diary. Her privacy has been violated. Julie leaves, thanking Sarah for her help and leaving her the manuscript of an unpublished novel written by her late mother, which she had previously claimed that John made her mother burn. Perhaps it's the sexy cover featuring Ludivine Sagnier in a skimpy bikini that helped move a lot of units ahem off the shelves. Later, she abandons the earplugs during one of Julie's trysts, beginning to envy Julie's lifestyle.
Julie is gravid with self-confidence in her emerging sexuality, appears topless at the villa's swimming pool, brings home men to sleep with--men who have nothing in common, except Julie's willingness to accommodate them. Sarah's curiosity becomes insatiable as reality and her creative process collide. The next day, Franck is missing. Focusing on another internally troubled woman played by Charlotte Rampling, Swimming Pool has a far more ambiguous and complex story structure than Under the Sand, but it is less inscrutable, suggesting various possible meanings and explanations. One suspicion is that Sarah had been alone at the villa for the entire time.
His body is in one of the sheds. The caretaker is about to investigate something that is best not investigated. Bosload observes to Sarah that writing about feelings is not her strong suit. The viewer now must question whether the story that took place at the country house was a fictional plot dreamed up by Sarah. As in 8 Women, Ozon displays an affection for primary colors and stark contrastsa couple shots of a bright red raft floating on the turquoise pool, for example, which are mirrored by a couple shots of Sarah's bed, covered by a bright red bedspread against the backdrop of a rich azure wall. Por votos dos usuários do site, alcança uma nota de 6. The writer in this case is Englishwoman Sarah Morton Rampling , author of a series of best-selling mystery novels that bear titles like Inspector Dorwell Wears a Kilt.
At first she tries to shut Julie out, but this proves impossible. Let us say that , the director and co-writer with , understands as Hitchcock did the small steps by which a wrong decision grows in its wrongness into a terrifying paranoid nightmare. Julie eventually recovers and confesses that Franck is dead because she repeatedly hit him over the head with a rock as he tried to leave her at the pool. I mean, I don't see it nowhere as much as Mystic River I swear I find it every time I'm rummaging through piles of movies , but for an art house film I didn't expect to see Swimming Pool that often. Julie is an extremely sexually active girl with a dark vibe and a troubled past. What she does to startle and distract him I will not hint, but what a startling moment, and what boldness from Rampling! Cast: Charlotte Rampling, Ludivine Sagnier, Charles Dance, Marc Fayolle, Jean-Marie Lamour, Mireille Moussé, Michel Fau, Jean-Claude Lecas Writers: Emmanuèle Bernheim, François Ozon Music: Philippe Rombi Cinematographer: Yorick Le Saux Producers: Olivier Delbosc, Marc Missonnier Director: François Ozon Review by Carlo Cavagna rançois Ozon is a cold director. After it is over, you will want to go back and think things through again, and I can help you by suggesting there is one, and only one, interpretation that resolves all of the difficulties, but if I told you, you would have to kill me.