À Nos Amours (To Our Loves in the english version) is a 1983 French drama film directed by Maurice Pialat and written by Arlette Langmann and Pialat, about a 15-year-old girl named Suzanne (Bonnaire) who experiences her sexual awakening and becomes promiscuous, but is unable to feel love.. It stars Sandrine Bonnaire, Pialat and Evelyne Ker. The New York Times journalist Jason Bailey called the film “challenging” with “a freewheeling, languorous vibe”. Dave Kehr cited it as “a particularly destabilizing example” of cinematic “immediacy”. Time Out listed it 38th in its 100 Best French Films, citing a “moving” depiction of the father-daughter relationship and “The message may be that happiness is as rare as a sunny day, and sorrow is forever”. Richard Brody hailed Bonnaire for an “explosive début” The film won the Prix Louis-Delluc for Best Film in 1983 and the César Award for Best Film in 1984. Bonnaire was also awarded the César Award in 1984 for Most Promising Actress for her work in the film. The film was also entered into the 34th Berlin International Film Festival.