Swept Away

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  • R
  • 2002
  • 1 hr 29 min
  • 3.6  (17,149)
  • 18

Swept Away is a romantic comedy-drama film that was released in 2002. Directed by Guy Ritchie, the movie stars Madonna, Adriano Giannini, and Bruce Greenwood. The plot of Swept Away revolves around Amber Leighton (Madonna), a wealthy and entitled socialite who goes on a luxurious yacht trip with her husband, Tony (Bruce Greenwood), and a group of their affluent friends. Amber takes pleasure in ordering around the yacht crew, particularly the handsome Italian sailor, Giuseppe (Adriano Giannini), whom she treats with disdain and disrespect. During the trip, the yacht is hit by a sudden storm, causing Amber and Giuseppe to be stranded on a deserted island with nothing but each other's company. At first, Amber is horrified by the situation and is convinced that she will never be rescued. She demands that Giuseppe cater to her every whim and need, but he refuses to be her servant. As time passes, Amber and Giuseppe begin to bond and develop an unexpected connection. Amber realizes that the roles have been reversed, and now she is the one who needs Giuseppe's help and guidance to survive on the island. Though they are from different worlds and have different values, they find themselves drawn to each other. The movie explores the themes of class and social status, as well as the power dynamics between men and women. Amber's experience on the island forces her to confront her own privilege and prejudices, and she begins to see Giuseppe in a different light. The film cleverly subverts the traditional "opposites attract" trope by showing that Amber and Giuseppe's differences ultimately deepen their connection rather than drive them apart. The chemistry between Madonna and Giannini is palpable, and their performances are a highlight of the movie. Madonna delivers a strong performance as Amber, portraying her as both insufferable and vulnerable. Giannini is equally impressive as Giuseppe, conveying a quiet strength and depth of character. The cinematography of Swept Away is stunning, with beautiful shots of the yacht and the island setting. The film also features an excellent soundtrack, with Madonna's music prominently featured. Overall, Swept Away is a charming and entertaining film that offers a fresh take on the classic romantic comedy formula. It is a touching story of two people from vastly different backgrounds who find love and acceptance in unexpected circumstances.

Swept Away
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Swept Away is a romantic comedy-drama film that was released in 2002. Directed by Guy Ritchie, the movie stars Madonna, Adriano Giannini, and Bruce Greenwood. The plot of Swept Away revolves around Amber Leighton (Madonna), a wealthy and entitled socialite who goes on a luxurious yacht trip with her husband, Tony (Bruce Greenwood), and a group of their affluent friends. Amber takes pleasure in ordering around the yacht crew, particularly the handsome Italian sailor, Giuseppe (Adriano Giannini), whom she treats with disdain and disrespect.

During the trip, the yacht is hit by a sudden storm, causing Amber and Giuseppe to be stranded on a deserted island with nothing but each other's company. At first, Amber is horrified by the situation and is convinced that she will never be rescued. She demands that Giuseppe cater to her every whim and need, but he refuses to be her servant.

As time passes, Amber and Giuseppe begin to bond and develop an unexpected connection. Amber realizes that the roles have been reversed, and now she is the one who needs Giuseppe's help and guidance to survive on the island. Though they are from different worlds and have different values, they find themselves drawn to each other.

The movie explores the themes of class and social status, as well as the power dynamics between men and women. Amber's experience on the island forces her to confront her own privilege and prejudices, and she begins to see Giuseppe in a different light. The film cleverly subverts the traditional "opposites attract" trope by showing that Amber and Giuseppe's differences ultimately deepen their connection rather than drive them apart.

The chemistry between Madonna and Giannini is palpable, and their performances are a highlight of the movie. Madonna delivers a strong performance as Amber, portraying her as both insufferable and vulnerable. Giannini is equally impressive as Giuseppe, conveying a quiet strength and depth of character.

The cinematography of Swept Away is stunning, with beautiful shots of the yacht and the island setting. The film also features an excellent soundtrack, with Madonna's music prominently featured.

Overall, Swept Away is a charming and entertaining film that offers a fresh take on the classic romantic comedy formula. It is a touching story of two people from vastly different backgrounds who find love and acceptance in unexpected circumstances.

Swept Away is a 2002 comedy with a runtime of 1 hour and 29 minutes. It has received poor reviews from critics and viewers, who have given it an IMDb score of 3.6 and a MetaScore of 18.

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  • Release Date
    2002
  • MPAA Rating
    R
  • Runtime
    1 hr 29 min
  • Language
    French
  • IMDB Rating
    3.6  (17,149)
  • Metascore
    18