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- Sofia Coppola
The Virgin Suicides is a 1999 American drama film written and directed by Sofia Coppola (in her feature directorial debut), co-produced by Francis Ford Coppola, and starring James Woods, Kathleen Turner, Kirsten Dunst, and Josh Hartnett.
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Dark, fascinating, and beautifully filmed, The Virgin Suicides is a memorable and haunting Suburban flick. Its haunting cinematography and its nostalgic reflections on teen life and teen romance...
The Virgin Suicides (546) IMDb 7.2 1h 36min 2000 X-Ray R In the mid-1970's, in a sleepy Michigan community, live the Lisbon sisters, five teenagers whose beauty has bewitched a group of neighborhood boys. Cannes, San Sebastian, Sundance, & Rotterdam Film Festival selections.
"The Virgin Suicides" is Sofia Coppola's first film, based on the much-discussed novel by Jeffrey Eugenides. She has the courage to play it in a minor key. She doesn't hammer home ideas and interpretations. She is content with the air of mystery and loss that hangs in the air like bitter poignancy.
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The Virgin Suicides is a beautiful story about five sisters, and their mysterious existence, told in the words of the neighborhood boys who worshiped them and who come together 20 years later to try and solve the mystery of the Lisbon sisters.
While a film narrated by a man and dealing with female repression doesn’t scream “feminist content”; The Virgin Suicides essentially conveys how not to treat young women. Overall, the film shows how forcing women into a passive and submissive role can be destructive.
- Michelle Sabato