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Genre  Crime, Drama, Mystery
Budget  2 million USD
Language  English
6.7/10 IMDb

Initial DVD release  April 16, 2002 (USA)
Country  United States
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Director  Scott McGehee David Siegel
Writer  Scott McGehee, David Siegel, Elizabeth Sanxay Holding
Release date  August 8, 2001 (US) December 14, 2001 (UK)
Directors  Scott McGehee, David Siegel
Cast  Tilda Swinton (Margaret Hall), Goran Višnji? (Alek Spera), Jonathan Tucker (Beau Hall), Josh Lucas (Darby Reese), Peter Donat (Jack Hall), Raymond J. Barry (Carlie Nagel)
Similar movies  Blackhat, Salt, Black Swan, Southland Tales, Jamon Jamon, Run Lola Run

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The Deep End is a 2001 American film written and directed by David Siegel and Scott McGehee. It stars Tilda Swinton, Goran Visnjic, Jonathan Tucker and Josh Lucas and was released by Fox Searchlight Pictures. The film was very loosely adapted from the novel The Blank Wall by Elizabeth Sanxay Holding (filmed before by Max Ophüls as The Reckless Moment). The film premiered in competition at the Sundance Film Festival where English cinematographer Giles Nuttgens won the Best Cinematography award.


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Margaret Hall (Swinton) and her family live an upper middle class life in Tahoe City, California. Her husband is a pilot on the aircraft carrier USS Constellation. She is startled to discover that her son Beau (Tucker), a high school senior, has been having a sexual affair with 30-year-old Reno, Nevada, night club owner Darby Reese (Lucas). Margaret visits Reese's nightclub, The Deep End, to demand that he stay away from her son. That night, Reese secretly visits Beau and the two meet in the boathouse. Beau confronts him about asking his mother for money. The two argue, eventually coming to blows. As Beau returns to the house, Reese leans on a railing, causing it to collapse, and falls into the water, impaling himself on an anchor.

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The next morning, Margaret discovers Reese's body on the beach. Margaret removes the body and dumps it in a cove but it is soon discovered and the police investigate it as a homicide. Soon after, a man named Alek Spera (Visnjic) confronts Margaret with a tape of Darby and Beau having sex. Alek demands $50,000 in 24 hours or he will turn the tape over to the police, which would implicate Beau in Reese's "murder".

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Margaret struggles unsuccessfully to get the money. Alek calls Margaret the next day and tells her that she needs to get only $25,000 but Alek's partner, Nagle is convinced she is lying about not being able to raise the money. Nagle corners and beats Margaret but Alek arrives and the two men scuffle, and Alek strangles Nagle. Margaret attempts to take responsibility for Nagle's death, but Alek takes the body away in Nagle's car. As Margaret and her son drive looking for Nagle's car, they see it overturned in a ditch. Margaret attempts to free Alek, who is critically injured. Alek pleads with her to leave before the police arrive. Margaret stays until Alek dies. Back at home, Margaret, in a state of distress, is comforted by Beau. The camera then pulls back, as the scene shifts to the exterior of the house, the audience hears another phone call coming in from the absent husband, which Beau's sister answers. The Halls' normal life resumes.


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  • Tilda Swinton as Margaret Hall
  • Goran Višnjić as Alek Spera
  • Jonathan Tucker as Beau Hall
  • Peter Donat as Jack Hall
  • Josh Lucas as Darby Reese
  • Raymond J. Barry as Carlie Nagel
  • Tamara Hope as Paige Hall
  • Jordon Dorrance as Dylan Hall
  • Holmes Osborne as Loan Officer
  • Reception

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    The Deep End received positive reviews from critics, as it holds an 82% rating on Rotten Tomatoes based on 116 reviews.

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