Swimming Pool, un film par François Ozon

Swimming Pool is is partly a psychological thriller, and partly a meditation on the process of artistic creation. Like all good French films, it spends a lot of its run time with the camera staring at the naked body of an incredibly beautiful woman, in this case Ludivine Sagnier. It ends with you questioning and arguing in the bar afterwards about whether anything you just saw on screen “really” happened. So I recommend it.

Unlike Ludivine Sagnier’s character, who almost certainly deserves it, my diving beauty, Arethusa, has just been soundly spanked. So all is well. The world is safe.

 

9 thoughts on “Swimming Pool, un film par François Ozon

    • No, the only person dishing out physical discipline in my D/s relationships is me.

      I’m just a Dom, not a switch.

      But I am subject to a submissive girl’s disapproval if I fuck up and get something wrong. And disapproval, and knowing it’s justified, is worse than a whack across the arse. Or maybe I’m just a wuss.

  1. Thanks for sharing your knowledge and information with others. It was really helpful. In Las Vegas we are all about pools and water during the summer so we’ve had a pool forever. Recently we wrote a post about if someone should buy a home with a pool in Nevada that I’ll share: [no, you won’t] We’ve built and designed 4 safe pools. Design is the most important factor. Again, great post.

    Kurt Grosse

    • I let this one through. It’s spam, but it reminds me vaguely of the review of the review of “Lady Chatterley’s Lover” in “The Pig-Breeder’s Gazette” (or something like that), in which the reviewer pointed out that the book was not a reliable guide to best agricultural practice.

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