Julie : I'm so tired! Sarah Morton : Not surprising. It's tiring to kill a man. Sarah Morton : I pity your mother.
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For the next set of reviews I am going to be talking about films that feature authors as the main characters. These movies can be fictional or based on historical events, but in all cases I feel they are worth looking into. Starting off our journey is one of the films that defined my childhood, Swimming Pool It tells the story of a writer, Sarah Morton Charlotte Rampling as she struggles with writers block. She takes a vacation to a secluded summer home where she meets Julie, played by Ludivine Sagnier, who is an adventurous twenty something who spends most of her nights partying. Their two personalities clash violently and often lead to both hilarious and devastating conclusions. However, by the end of the film it is shown that opening up to Julie was what Sarah needed in order to complete her next work.
The plot focuses on a British crime novelist, Sarah Morton, who travels to her publisher's upmarket summer house in Southern France to seek solitude in order to work on her next book. However, the arrival of Julie, who claims to be the publisher's daughter, induces complications and a subsequent crime. While the film's protagonist is British and both of the lead characters are bilingual , the majority of the story takes place in France — thus, the dialogue throughout the film is a mixture of French and English. Swimming Pool premiered at the Cannes Film Festival on 18 May ,  and was released theatrically in France three days later, with a U cinema rating , meaning it was deemed suitable for all ages. It was given a limited release in the United States that July, and was edited in order to avoid an NC rating due to its sexual content and nudity.
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