Swimming Pool (2003) 720p YIFY Movie

Swimming Pool (2003)

A British mystery author visits her publisher's home in the South of France, where her interaction with his unusual daughter sets off some touchy dynamics.

IMDB: 6.86 Likes

  • Genre: Crime | Drama
  • Quality: 720p
  • Size: 1.24G
  • Resolution: 1280x720 / 23.976 (23976/1000) fpsfps
  • Language: English
  • Run Time: 103
  • IMDB Rating: 6.8/10 
  • MPR: R
  • Peers/Seeds: 0 / 2

The Synopsis for Swimming Pool (2003) 720p

Sarah Morton is a famous British mystery author. Tired of London and seeking inspiration for her new novel, she accepts an offer from her publisher John Bosload to stay at his home in Luberon, in the South of France. It is the off-season, and Sarah finds that the beautiful country locale and unhurried pace is just the tonic for her--until late one night, when John's indolent and insouciant French daughter Julie unexpectedly arrives. Sarah's prim and steely English reserve is jarred by Julie's reckless, sexually charged lifestyle. Their interactions set off an increasingly unsettling series of events, as Sarah's creative process and a possible real-life murder begin to blend dangerously together.


The Director and Players for Swimming Pool (2003) 720p

[Director]Fran?ois Ozon
[Role:]Ludivine Sagnier
[Role:]Charles Dance
[Role:]Charlotte Rampling


The Reviews for Swimming Pool (2003) 720p


Anything but dullReviewed byThe_VoidVote: 8/10

Swimming Pool is a first rate film from French genius Fran?ois Ozon. This thriller makes best use of everything that makes cinema great, and it is therefore a delight to view. Swimming Pool follows Sarah Morton, a British author that travels to her publisher's dream home in France in order to have a rest while she works on her new book. However, her tranquillity is soon disturbed when her publisher's daughter; a sex-crazed, good time girl, turns up out of the blue and turns Morton's rest into something quite different. One criticism that could be, and has been, made of this film is that not a lot a lot happens. That, however, depends on your viewpoint; the action is stretched, but the relaxed tone of the film blends magnificently with the beautiful French scenery, and Ozon's attention to detail with the characters ensures that, although slow, Swimming Pool never descends into boredom and there's always something on offer for it's audience to enjoy. I, personally, was completely entranced from start to finish.

The casting of Charlotte Rampling as the uptight British novelist really was an inspired move. She's absolutely brilliant in the role, and you can't imagine anyone else playing that character to such a degree. Speaking of great casting choices, Ludivine Sagnier is similarly brilliant as Rampling's sexy co-star. She brings just the right amount of insecurity and lustfulness to her role, and it's not hard to see why Ozon continues to cast her in his movies. The film is very melodramatic, but never overacted; and this is a testament to the quality of acting on display. Swimming Pool benefits implicitly from a haunting soundtrack, which perfectly accents the happenings on screen, and certain points in the movie where the soundtrack is used are truly electrifying. Fran?ois Ozon is truly one of cinema's greatest assets at the moment. This is only my second taste of his work (the hilariously fabulous 'Sitcom' being the other), and if his backlog and future releases match the quality of the two films I've seen from him so far; he may well become one of cinema's all time greats.

A brilliant, sexy, spooky thrillerReviewed byFramescourerVote: 8/10

This is a really fine film, by turns cultured, frightening and erotic. It's a thriller woven from the tension in the relationship between the dried up author Sarah and the nymphomaniacal publisher's daughter Julie with whom she is forced to share a villa in the Sud.

Ozon has made it so much more though. It is also an erotic drama, Sarah forced to confront herself in the cast-off wake of Julie's promiscuity. The women's tacit sexual comparisons are also played out in a series of Oedipal symbols and exchanges Most striking is a gash of a red lilo that sits menacingly and yet enticingly by the pool throughout; the men that Julie brings back to the house are also pawn-like, less sexual partners than bargaining chips between the two women.

Further ghostly references are thrown into the mix with the circumstances not dissimilar to Henry James' The Turn of The Screw and a shocking allusion to Nick Roeg's Don't Look Now as the drama mounts. As much as the drama is maintained in beautifully constructed shots and careful control of the tension and pacing this film's success must be the overwhelming performance of Rampling as Sarah. It's difficult to condense one's thoughts on the studiousness, allure and sacrifice that make up a contribution as convincing as this. Sagnier's brattish but sharp Julie is no less committed and role-immersed. Mesmerising film-making 8.5/10

Do NOT waste your time!Reviewed byKrazeyDazeyVote: 7/10

I just wasted 2 hours of my time watching this horrible movie and then coming on here to see people's opinions on what the darn thing even meant. I like a movie with twists and turns, but if it is one that NOBODY can really agree on what those twists and turns are then I think it is a bit too vague! If you like a movie that leaves you with all kinds of unanswered questions then this movie is for you. If not then don't waste your time like I did. Definitely one of the worst movies I've seen lately. I consider this to be a big F-! (aka BOMB!) Script is horrible, nudity is horrible, plot is horrible. The only thing that was okay about this movie was the acting. I feel sorry for anyone that rents it or tries to sit through it. If you try it...one piece of advice...use the fast forward button!!!!

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