• Suzanne / Suzanne
        • Suzanne / Suzanne


          • Country:
          • France, 2013
          • Group:
          • Europe
          • Duration:
          • 90'
          • Director:
          • Katell Quillévéré
          • Screenplay:
          • Katell Quillévéré, Mariette Désert
          • Cast:
          • Sara Forestier, François Damiens, Adèle Haenel, Paul Hamy, Corinne Masiero
          • Festivals:
          • Kan, Čikago, Solun (Specijalna nagrada žirija za režiju, Najbolja ženska uloga), Torino
          • Cinematographer:
          • Tom Harari
          • Muzika:
          • Verity Susman
          • Editing:
          • Thomas Marchand
          • Production Design:
          • Anna Falguères
          • Sound:
          • Yolande Decarsin
          • Production:
          • Move Movie, France
          • Producers:
          • Bruno Levy
          • Print Source:
          • Films Distribution
        • Showing

          01. Mar | 17:30 | 250 RSD
          Dom omladine

          02. Mar | 12:30 | 220 RSD
          Dom omladine

          03. Mar | 21:00 | 250 RSD

        • SYNOPSIS

          Suzanne: a chaotic, unpredictable, fragile woman. The central character of this powerful drama is a lost soul, dragged along by a fateful love, surrendering to wrong choices and momentary impulses. From early childhood to adulthood, 25 years of her “life and wonders” unfold, revealing a personality as complex as only life can be. Suzanne is the black sheep of her family, a constant source of anxiety for her father and her younger, prudent sister. However, despite all obstacles, the blood ties that bind them to each other are unbreakable and eternal. The director incorporates her female gaze into a successful mix of social realism and abstract lyricism, without moralizing or judging. She paints vivid portraits of her characters and achieves wonderful performances that bring alive her heroes. Suzanne craves the give and take of love, but every time she has to pay a price. Until the end credits, when Leonard Cohen’s song of the same title is heard, she just might achieve redemption.