À Nos Amours
À Nos Amours (, To Our Loves) is a 1983 French drama film directed by Maurice Pialat and written by Pialat and Arlette Langmann. Starring Sandrine Bonnaire, Pialat and Evelyne Ker, the story follows a 15-year-old girl, Suzanne (Bonnaire), as she experiences her sexual awakening and becomes promiscuous, but is unable to feel love. À Nos Amours won the César Award for Best Film in 1984.
Suzanne, a 15-year-old Parisian girl, lives with her volatile, abusive family: her furrier parents and older brother Robert, a writer. She's dating a boy named Luc, who complains about not seeing her as much as he would like. At a cafe, Suzanne mingles with sailors and an American visitor. She and the American head outdoors and have sex, though the experience leaves her miserable. She tells a friend she regrets her unfaithfulness to Luc, but she breaks up with him and becomes increasingly promiscuous. Her father is close to Suzanne but reacts with suspicion and violence when Suzanne goes on a double date with her cousin Solange. When Suzanne returns, her father expresses concern with her changing demeanor, saying she smiles less and seems increasingly bored. He also discloses he has found another woman and is planning to leave the family.
|author||Arlette Langmann Maurice Pialat|
|award||Louis Delluc Prize|
|keywords||abusive family boarding school date dinner party double date engage family argument first time furrier honeymoon inner peace older brother parisian girl plan promiscuous question sexual promiscuity wed young man|
|publisher||Artificial Eye Triumph Films|