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Author Topic: Regarde la mer (See the Sea) (1997)  (Read 3587 times)

Offline Visitor Q

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Regarde la mer (See the Sea) (1997)
« on: May 24, 2013, 03:53:42 AM »
Sasha, a young British woman, is living with her baby daughter at Ile d'Yeu, a peaceful beach community. A stranger appears. Her name is Tatiana, she's passing through, and pitches her tent in Sasha's yard. The two women build an odd rapport, and tension builds as events unfold.

http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0139564/?ref_=sr_1


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Re: Regarde la mer (See the Sea) (1997)
« Reply #1 on: May 24, 2013, 06:23:42 PM »
Thanks for the thread. I chose this movie in this year's draft at BD, inwardly I knew that he would choose a film by Ozon eventually. Of course, almost no one saw it.

But I love Ozon's films, I have seen almost all, are provocative and are always disturbing, featuring complex characters. In the case of Regarde de la Mer is riddled with malignant erotic notes and manages to be disturbing in only 52 minutes long.