The Virgin Suicides, GFT, 8 and 11 July, 2017

virgin suicides

virgin suicides

Before Cannes 1999, Sofia Coppola was known only for being the daughter of Francis Ford Coppola. However, upon the premiere of The Virgin Suicides she quickly became one of America’s most interesting filmmakers, delicately exploring themes of identity, angst and awkwardness in young women with melancholy and balanced humour. One dreamy ‘70s summer, 13-year-old Cecilia commits suicide, and her four older sisters are placed in isolation by their parents, quarantined from social interaction – particularly with the opposite sex. A curious and compelling story with a fantastic soundtrack by French duo Air. Screening on 35mm.

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