Two very different short films -- one deeply unsettling, the other buoyant and fresh -- from Francois Ozon, an intriguing new French director. In See the Sea,
a bored and sexually restless young mother named Sasha (Sasha Hails) is left alone with
her 10-month-old baby daughter at her husband's seaside vacation home. One afternoon, there's a knock at the back door: It's Tatiana (Marina de Van), a brusque, vaguely menacing young vagabond who asks if she can set up camp in Sasha's yard for the next few days. Sasha first hesitates then agrees,
inadvertently leaving the door open for mayhem and madness to slip quietly into her idyllic home. Long takes, tantalizin...