Directed by: François Ozon
Actors: Charlotte Rampling, Ludivine Sagnier, Charles Dance and Jean-Marie Lamour
Language: English | French
Country: France | UK
Also known as: La piscina, La piscine, Juegos perversos, Uima-allas
Description: Students at an international high school in Prague plan to hold a party at Prague’s largest swimming pool, before they scatter at the end of the term. When, on the night of the party, a masked killer starts murdering party guests one-by one, the kids panic, realizing that the killer must be one of them.
Review: “Swimming Pool” – a treat for the fans of subtle psychology and the psychological thriller as a genre. Of course, the incredible ending that breaks the viewer seriousness of what was happening to her, once again to remind you of what a real writer (played by Charlotte Rampling), someone might shake, so it is really good in this movie. But do not forget that a good ending makes a good film and good actors.
Charlotte Rampling perfectly done with the role of the nervous, slightly feral writer of detective novels, has lost inspiration, and leaves dreary London for a quiet home in the French countryside. Here, her mood, thoughts and desires will undergo big changes. And it’s not appearing in the middle of the night her daughter (Ludivine Sagnier), publisher, writer, in whose home and rest, not even the fact that she always wears in front of her topless, and not even the fact that the writer born hidden sexual fantasies according to Freud, it’s in her head …