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Under the Sand

Under the Sand ★★★ Sous le Sable 2000

Middle-aged Marie (Rampling) has been married for many years to Jean (Cremer). They are vacationing at their summer house and Jean goes for a swim while Marie takes a nap. When she awakens, he has disappeared. A search reveals nothing and Marie must eventually return to Paris and try to go on with her life. But Marie is deep in denial—she speaks as if Jean were still alive and, in fact, she continues to see and interact with—well, whatever spirit of Jean that she has conjured up. Bravura performance from Rampling. French with subtitles. 95m/C VHS, DVD . FR Charlotte Rampling, Bruno Cremer, Jacques Nolot, Alexandra Stewart, Pierre Vernier, Andree Tainsey; D: Francois Ozon; W: Francois Ozon, Marina de Van, Emmanuele Bernheim, Marcia Romano; C: Jeanne Lapoirie, Antoine Heberle; M: Philippe Rombi.

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