- SKU: 9021275
- Release Date: 06/06/2006
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- New, restored high-definition digital transfer
- Original theatrical trailer
- New and improved English subtitle translation
- The Human Eye, a 1999 documentary on the film
- Archival interview with Maurice Pialat on the set
- A 2003 interview with Maurice Pialat on the set
- A 2003 interview with Sandrine Bonnaire
- New interviews with filmmakers Catherine Breillat and Jean-Pierre Gorin
- Actor auditions
- Plus: a booklet featuring essays by critics Molly Haskell and Kent Jones and interviews with Pialat and cinematographer Jacques Loiseleux
Director, co-writer, and star Maurice Pialat brought his typically unblinking New Wave style and interest in socially aberrant behavior to this psychological drama, winner of two Cesars (the French equivalent of the Oscar) for Best Film and Most Promising Young Actress (Sondrine Bonnaire). Bonnaire plays Suzanne, a 15-year-old girl who has become sexually promiscuous with anyone who will have her, despite her lack of affection for any of her lovers. The only boy she refuses is Luc (Cyr Boitard), whose feelings for Suzanne are sincere. When Suzanne's beloved father (Pialat) abandons his increasingly neurotic wife (Evelyne Ker), Suzanne's depression and lack of direction deepen. While her mother becomes a screeching mental case, her brother Robert (Dominique Besnehard) begins beating her, although he also harbors a disturbing attraction to Suzanne. In the denouement, Pialat depicts the devastating long-term results of Suzanne's abusive upbringing. Pialat draws powerful performances from his cast, with no finer example than the riveting acting Bonnaire -- in only her second film. ~ Karl Williams, Rovi
Cast & Crew
- Sandrine Bonnaire - Suzanne
- Maurice Pialat - Father
- Dominique Besnehard - Robert
- Evelyne Ker - The Mother
- Cyr Boitard - Luc