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2,174 Ratings

À nos amours

Directed by Maurice Pialat
France, 1983


In a revelatory film debut, the dynamic, fresh-faced Sandrine Bonnaire plays Suzanne, a fifteen-year-old Parisian who embarks on a sexual rampage in an effort to separate herself from her overbearing, beloved father. À nos amours is one of Maurice Pialat’s greatest achievements.

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À nos amours Directed by Maurice Pialat
A brilliant work of fatalistic realism that views even its youthful love scenes through a scrim of melancholy. Bonnaire is mesmerizing as a strongwilled young woman whose instincts are continually undermined by her borderline incestuous father and brother and her neurotically resentful mother.
September 14, 2016
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The teen-age Sandrine Bonnaire made her explosive début in this impassioned 1983 melodrama by Maurice Pialat, which is one of the cinema’s greatest depictions of a father-daughter relationship… The powerful cast raises a vortex of fearsome emotional storms; rarely has family love been depicted as such a violent, catastrophic necessity.
September 09, 2016
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There are moments that feel like the celluloid itself might burst, sandwiched between some of Pialat’s gentlest accomplishments (particularly every moment he himself is on the screen, playing Suzanne’s father). Although one could rationalize that this is far from Pialat’s greatest work, all I know is it’s the one that’s the most imprinted on my memory, as though I didn’t watch it so much as I felt it.
February 26, 2016
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