Suzanne’s Career Film Still

Suzanne’s Career

Eric Rohmer

 
  • France
  • 1963
  • 55 minutes
  • Black and White
  • 1.33:1
  • French
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  • Spine #344

Bertrand bides his time in a casually hostile and envious friendship with college chum Guillaume. But when ladies’ man Guillaume seems to be making a play for the spirited, independent Suzanne, Bertrand watches bitterly with disapproval and jealousy. With its ragged black-and-white 16 mm photography and strong sense of 1960s Paris, Rohmer’s second “Moral Tale” is a wonderfully evocative portrait of youthful naiveté and the complicated bonds of friendship and romance.

Credits

DirectorEric Rohmer
ProducerBarbet Schroeder
CinematographyDaniel Lacambre

Disc Features

  • New, restored high-definition digital transfer, supervised and approved by director Eric Rohmer
  • Rohmer’s short film Nadja in Paris (1964)
  • New and improved English subtitle translation

Film Essays

Eric Rohmer: Blueprints for a Brilliant Oeuvre

By Ginette Vincendeau August 14, 2006

The Bakery Girl of Monceau and Suzanne's Career are not Eric Rohmer's first films. By 1963, he had made several shorts and one feature, Le signe du Lion, in 1959. Yet these two short works are . . . Read more »

Film Essays

Eric Rohmer: Blueprints for a Brilliant Oeuvre

By Ginette Vincendeau August 14, 2006

The Bakery Girl of Monceau and Suzanne's Career are not Eric Rohmer's first films. By 1963, he had made several shorts and one feature, Le signe du Lion, in 1959. Yet these two short works are . . . Read more »