A Parisian lecher uses his swim workouts to ogle young women and seduce them back to his flat in the erotically charged French drama Les Âmes câlines (2001). François Berléand stars as Jacques, a middle-aged painter who enjoys voyeuristically observing swimsuit-clad women and inviting them to pose nude for his paintings. The routine works very well for the horny artist, until the tantalizing Laetitia Coti turns the tables on him. After a single date with the femme fatale, the poor schlub finds his finances and family life in shambles. Director Thomas Bardinet cleverly photographs much of the film from Jacques’s point of view, allowing viewers to peep female prey Sylvie Audcoeur, Valérie Donzelli, and Eléonore Gosset.