Suzanne's Career

Suzanne's Career

In the second of Rohmer's moral tales, he examines the relationship between two friends and a girl who at first appears easily exploited. It is a complex tale of feelings and misconceptions, acted out within the head of the main character, as part of Rohmer's attempt to more easily simulate the mindscape quality of literature within a film.

The friendship of Bertrand and Guillaume is complicated when the womanizing Guillaume begins to pursue a charming girl named Suzanne. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


Suzanne's Career torrent reviews

Another V (es) wrote: Writer and director Dan Mazer brings a surprisingly pragmatic love story. There are some funny moments here and there. Overall, I was entertained. I Give it a Year starts with a negative attitude about its newlyweds Nat and Josh. I wasn't sure whether I was supposed to root for or against them. The director himself seemed ambivalent about them. Their families seemed unenthusiastic about their future. Kind of a downer for them, but they had some good months together, and then the little issues between them came up, and more significantly, other options came up.For ambitious career woman Nat, her new option is new client and successful business owner Guy. Josh's new option is his ex-girlfriend Chloe, a free spirit he never truly stopped having feelings for. It soon becomes clear that each is with the wrong partner, and yet...When Josh and Nat finally have their talk about wanting to uncouple, there's no big drama, tears, accusations, name calling, thrown objects, or yelling. It's a pragmatic little talk that makes them both happy, and you see them genuinely caring about each other's happiness, and you're thinking "Isn't caring about each other's happiness halfway to marital success?", but no, the script says it's over, so it's over. These 2 are excited to be free of each other. They agree to divorce in the friendliest warmest possible spirit, then head off together to pursue their new partners.But, it's more complicated than that, because both of their new love interests have hooked up with each other and are about to fly off on a romantic getaway. Oh no! Josh and Nat show up just in time, convince Guy and Chloe in a confused minute or two to choose them instead of each other, and it's....a happy ending? Well, everybody seemed happy, so yes, I suppose it is.Well, I've never seen a romance quite like it. It's slightly baffling, but there are many ways to look at love, and this seems to be one of them. The love in this story is pragmatic, equitable, and forgiving. There is passion and attraction, but it's almost more of a musical chairs variety than something deeper. When the music stops, whichever partner you're across from now is your new partner. Perhaps I'm being unfair.

Serge L (gb) wrote: Lots of awkward moments in the film, not just one. Very few good moments. I found the film strange. Like phoney guy date film and real girly film. The guys have an homersexual feel to them. And they still score bitches like nothing. Didn't work for me.

Short Horror R (br) wrote: Wooden acting, poorly developed script. No logic to story. Not scary in the slightest. Give it a miss.

Harry B (mx) wrote: I liked this immensely, Johnny Depp plays a funny and likable character, assisted in that plight by Mr Hammer.

Marcia P (ca) wrote: A real gem. Show true love and bonding of family and people you treat like family. It also shows some people who have no feelings for the people that have sacrifice for them.

House M (de) wrote: Also very disapointing but better than the sequel. The story is more intense it doesn't had up fairly. Not a must see.

Robin T (gb) wrote: This film opened my eyes to a whole world of crossword fanatics including well known celebrities. If you can't go a week without solving the New York Times crossword this ones for you.

Private U (ru) wrote: Strange movie. Always enjoy forest whitaker and julia stiles though.

Tor M (ru) wrote: Slen is really, really weird. Loosely based on Edgar Allen Poe short stories mixed with stop motion elements mainly including "living" pieces of meat. It's not scary, but sometimes it's pretty disturbing. I've only seen some shorts from Svankmajer before and they gave me great expectations. I was left a bit disappointed, but the flick is truly uniqe and different. Not bad, not super good, but weird and entertaining.

Rachael H (mx) wrote: The characters and direction are what make this movie. The quiet romantic music is very poetic and this is something hollywood could never succeed in doing well. The ending is beautiful and this is a character study, rather than an action film. Don't expect lots of explosions.

Aiden K (nl) wrote: A beautiful documentary tackling a very under spoken of subject. Simply brilliant, tragic and moving.

Nandini R (us) wrote: Boring and unnecessarily lengthy

Blake S (ru) wrote: I saw this at the Bijou theater in Iowa City. I went into it expecting something like a Bruce Lee movie but it ended up being more like Kill Bill Volume 1. It was incredibly violent, funny and had somewhat existent plot. It is definitely an exploitation film and it holds up more than most. It takes the level of violence to such an extreme level that it still shocks and effects you even after thirty years.

Justin O (es) wrote: This movie is a disgrace to the Army, almost as bad as George W. Bush

Russell G (nl) wrote: I only ever heard good things on this one, and it didn't disappoint. A twisty plot, lots of atmosphere, great special effects. Add in two Doctor Who's and Christopher Lee and it all adds up to a winner.

Daniel P (kr) wrote: A few LULZ here and there, overall quite and interesting a warm film.

Heather M (kr) wrote: I couldn't stand to watch anymore Shirley Temple movies.

Eli P (ca) wrote: My favorite animated batman film. Pure excellence

Johnny F (br) wrote: Once again, Justin Bieber sucks in this sequel.

Greg W (it) wrote: good historical/period film with sean astin if u liked 'rudy' you'll like this one too