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In one of the astonishing film debuts, Sandrine Bonnaire plays Suzanne, a free spirit and the vessel for an almost Brontëan choler. She's 16, and men exist — diverse lovers, an overbearing brother, and the father portrayed by Pialat himself in an unforgettable turn that displays the full magnitude of the cinema giant's tenderness, force-of-will, and presence of being.
Woven through with indelible images and heart-stopping moments (and culminating in the infamous "dinner party scene"), A nos amours is a pure creation, a film that will live so long as there's still either movies or love
- Gorgeous new anamorphic transfer of the film in its original aspect ratio • New and improved English subtitle translations
- 16-minute 2003 interview with star Sandrine Bonnaire, conducted by former Cahiers du cinéma editor-in-chief, and current director of the Cinémathèque Française, Serge Toubiana
- L'Oeil humain [The Human Eye], a 55-minute film by director Xavier Giannoli that analyses A nos amours. and features former Cahiers du cinéma editorial director Jean-Michel Frodon, actors Jacques Fieschi and Sandrine Bonnaire, and other members of the cast and crew
- 14-minute excerpt from a 1983 TV interview with Maurice Pialat from the set of A nos amours., and featuring rushes of scenes that don't appear in the finished film
- 31 minutes of video screen-tests from 1982 for various actors that variously show up in and do not appear in the finished film
- Original theatrical trailer for A nos amours., along with trailers for the six other Maurice Pialat films released by The Masters of Cinema Series
Aspect Ratio: 1.66 Wide Screen
Sound: Dolby Digital
Running Time: 94 minutes
Production Year: 1983
Main Language: French