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À Nos Amours

À nos amours
File:Anosamours.jpg
Directed by Maurice Pialat
Produced by Michelien Pialat
Written by Arlette Langmann
Maurice Pialat
Starring Sandrine Bonnaire
Evelyne Ker
Dominique Besnehard
Maurice Pialat
Music by Klaus Nomi
Cinematography Jacques Loiseleux
Editing by Yann Dedet
Distributed by Artificial Eye
Triumph Films
Release date(s) 16 November 1983
Running time 95 minutes
Country France
Language French

À nos amours (French pronunciation: ​[a noz‿amuʁ], For Our Loves) is a 1983 French film directed by Maurice Pialat, written by Arlette Langmann and Pialat.

Plot

The film is a character study focusing on Suzanne, a promiscuous sixteen-year-old Parisian, played by Sandrine Bonnaire. Despite her age, Suzanne engages in a number of affairs in reaction to her miserable situation at home.

Cast

  • Sandrine Bonnaire as Suzanne
  • Evelyne Ker as The Mother
  • Dominique Besnehard as Robert
  • Maurice Pialat as The Father
  • Anne-Sophie Maillé as Anne
  • Maïté Maillé as Martine
  • Christophe Odent as Michel
  • Pierre-Loup Rajot as Bernard
  • Cyr Boitard as Luc
  • Cyril Collard as Jean-Pierre

Accolades

Maurice Pialat won the Prix Louis Delluc for this film in 1983 and the César Award in 1984 for Best Film. Sandrine Bonnaire was also awarded the César Award in 1984 for Most Promising Actress for her work in the film. The film was also entered into the 34th Berlin International Film Festival.[1]

References

External links

  • Internet Movie Database
  • AllRovi
  • Criterion Collection essay by Molly Haskell

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