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It's a postmodern story, told through different lenses, reflections and refractions
Set in Melbourne, swimmer and student Jordan, with Olympic hopes, is your girl next door lesbian, at ease with her sexual orientation and enjoying her young adult life - although at times she struggles to stay afloat in her highly pressurised drive for success in both swimming and academia - often at conflict with each other.
As her desire for a potential career in history academia grows, so does her passion for her tutor, the Professor's beautiful wife Angie. Her new interests distract Jordan from her rigorous swimming training routine, as dictated by her enthusiastic parents, but also give Jordan a chance to explore taking control of her own life and her own feelings. There is clear chemistry between Angie and Jordan, creating a genuine rapport for their relationship to develop.
Submerge the Movie PosterWhen things don't work out as she wanted in her risky new interests, Jordan starts on a path of self destruction that threatens to leave her with nothing and having to move back home to her parents. We are taken from the pool and student life to the darker side of LGBT sub culture, S&M, drugs and sexual liberation are treated with respect and not just an excuse to bring sex into the storyline.
It's a postmodern story, told through different lenses, reflections and refractions. Self awareness and self judgment is a key theme - the modern human condition - as is the exploration of what it takes to break through the surface and submerge into emotional depth.
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