In the House

As the plot thickens, the line between writing and real life becomes rather blurred. The line between voyeurs and subjects
Initially seeming like a comedy about the vicarious voyeurism of a literature teacher at a Paris high school, it casually transforms itself into something else: a psychological thriller of sorts, in which what is real is never quite clear and never particularly important.
French filmmaker Francois Ozon is once again messing with your mind, telling a tale of envy, desire, and literary license in In the House.
I've resisted joining a book club. I dread fitting another thing into my schedule. My friend came up with an alternative: The Itsy-Bitsy Book Club. It's just the two of us. It's just one book once a year.