Critic Reviews for Suzanne
Every emotion is bang-on; every scene unfolds grippingly and naturally; and by the end, these characters feel like people you know.
Suzanne's youthful lightness and hope is constantly crushed by events, and her attraction to the wrong men.
The film starts of a bit choppy as the transitions between the years are sudden and confusing. This settles down as the story begins to flow and Suzanne's life altering mistakes take hold.
This intelligent, insightful gem presents a series of snapshots of a disintegrating family, blending acute social vision with heartbreaking intimacy, cementing Quillévéré's reputation as one of France's most remarkable young film-makers.
There is beauty, simplicity and mystery in Katell Quillévéré's film Suzanne, about a truck-driver's daughter in France who gets into trouble.
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