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Or maybe they’re just there as an excuse to have cast members strip down to revealing costumes.Either way, here are 25 of the most striking swimming pool scenes in the movies…Not so much a scene as an entire movie in which swimming pools feature heavily, sees Ned (Burt Lancaster) deciding to swim home from a party by jumping from one backyard pool to the next, much to the concern of his neighbors.It’s an interesting conceit, if a little absurd, but there’s a sting in the tale, too – because once again, swimming pools are functioning metaphorically, here both as a symbol of something desirable and also, maybe, as a physical manifestation of denial.Trying to get her attention is a dangerous game, though, and one poor sod pays the ultimate price for his bravado when he attempts to jump off the roof into the pool… It’s a massive gut-punch of a moment, and one that perfectly sets the scene for the rest of the movie. Okay, this one’s tougher to justify as having any deep significance.
And yes, it’s a metaphor for the way something else is about to land in his life, disrupting his peace and tranquillity.
Pool parties are a staple fixture of teen movies, but you wouldn’t want to go to this one.
Right at the beginning of the movie, Mandy (Amber Heard) is persuaded to attend a party with the cool kids, most of whom have only just started to pay attention to her since she became conventionally hot.
There’s probably a 3,000 word essay to be written about it, at some point.
You’ve never seen anyone swim the way Suzy (Jessica Harper) and Sara (Stefania Casini) swim in .