The Second Coming of Suzanne
|The Second Coming of Suzanne|
|Directed by||Michael Barry|
|Produced by||Ralph Buris|
|Written by||Michael Barry|
|Music by||Don Caverhill|
|Edited by||Frank Mazzola|
|Distributed by||George Ritter Films|
The Second Coming of Suzanne (also known as Suzanne) is a 1974 American drama film directed by Michael Barry. It stars Jared Martin as an obsessed San Francisco indie film maker who hires a beautiful young woman called Suzanne (played by Sondra Locke) to star as a female Christ in his next film. Paul Sand co-stars as Suzanne's artist boyfriend. Richard Dreyfuss appears as a member of the crew who becomes concerned at the increasingly weird antics of the rest of the ensemble, which culminate in the crucifixion of Suzanne on a local hill. The film was inspired by the lyrics of Leonard Cohen's song "Suzanne", as heard on the soundtrack. The director's father Gene Barry is also featured, as a TV presenter, in a somewhat opaque sub-plot.
The film music was recorded by Touch.
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