Suzanne's Career
Suzanne's Career

Suzanne's Career

A film by Eric Rohmer

Bertrand, a young and reserved student joins Guillaume, his charismatic friend, at the Lucon café in the Latin Quarter. Suzanne sits studying at a table nearby. Guillaume strikes up a conversation with her and then invites her to a party he’s organising a few days later. He undertakes to seduce her just for fun and succeeds. While he admires his friend's Don Juan moves, Bertrand, party to their adventure, finds Suzanne’s behaviour irritating because she’s too loose. Meanwhile, he shyly attempts to get closer to pretty Sophie.

With Philippe Beuze, Jean-Claude Biette, Patrick Bauchau, Diane Wilkinson
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INFORMATIONS »

— director
Eric Rohmer
— cast
Philippe Beuze, Jean-Claude Biette, Patrick Bauchau, Diane Wilkinson
— producers
Les Films du Losange
— duration
52 min
— release date france
February 27, 1963
— nationality
France
— screenplay
Eric Rohmer
— genre
a feature film
— french distributor
Les Films du Losange
— international sales
Les Films du Losange
— format
1.33
— length
1573 m
— sound format
Mono
— cinematographer
Daniel Lacambre
— editing
Eric Rohmer
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