À Nos Amours 

À Nos Amours 

Sandrine Bonnaire portrays a 15-year-old Parisian girl, Suzanne, who escapes from her volatile homelife and agonizing confusion about love and its complexity. As her coping mechanism, Suzanne falls into a pattern of impulsive promiscuity which makes her unsentimental and cynical to the idea of love in relation to sexuality. À Nos Amours is far from the conventional coming-of-age narrative, with director Maurice Pialat’s perspective on the intricate matters he is scrutinizing conveyed in exceptionally insightful and brutally honest fashion.  

DIRECTED BY: Maurice Pialat. WRITTEN BY: Arlette Langmann, Maurice Pialat. WITH: Sandrine Bonnaire, Evelyne Ker, Maurice Pialat. 1983. 100 min. France. Color. French. Rated R. DCP. 

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