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You're Killing Me Susana

Based on the 1982 novel Ciudades Desiertas (Deserted Cities) by Mexican writer José Agustín, You’re Killing Me Susana tells the story of Eligio (the irrepressible Gael García Bernal), a man who wakes up one day to find out that his wife, Susana (Verónica Echegui), has left him without warning.

What follows is Eligio’s earnest quest to win his wife back by following her into the United States where he must navigate cross-cultural differences and come to terms with his own chauvinistic masculinity. While Eligio is certainly presented as a caricature of macho insufferability, his wife Susana is not much better – both are equally self-obsessed to the point of interpersonal destruction. 

You Are Killing Me Susana is a test of marital tensions and an exposé on the capacity for people to hurt the ones they love the most.

Roberto Sneider
Gael García Bernal, Verónica Echegui, Ashley Hinshaw & Björn Hlynur Haraldsson
Spanish with English subtitles | 2016 | 102 min | Comedy/Drama | Mexico
18+ (exemption)
One of the purest love stories to come along in years.
Chicago Tribune
Golden Ariel (Best Picture), Silver Ariel (Best Actor, Best Direction, Best Sound), Ariel Awards 2017
Zurich Film Festival 2016, Chicago Intl Film Festival 2016, Guadalajara Intl Film Festival 2016

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