The Second Coming of Suzanne

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The Second Coming of Suzanne
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DVD cover
Directed by Michael Barry
Produced by Ralph Buris
Written by Michael Barry
Starring Sondra Locke
Paul Sand
Jared Martin
Richard Dreyfuss
Music by Don Caverhill
Cinematography Isidore Mankofsky
Edited by Frank Mazzola
Production
company
Barry Films
Distributed by George Ritter Films
Release date
  • October 20, 1974 (1974-10-20)
Running time
90 minutes
Country United States
Language English

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.

This appears to be Michael Barry's only known film as a director.[1][2] It was shot during 1972 in San Francisco and surrounding areas.[3]

The film music was recorded by Touch.

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References[edit]

  1. ^ Radio Times Guide to Films (2004): 1240
  2. ^ Second Coming of Suzanne at the IMDb
  3. ^ "Movie Call Sheet". Los Angeles Times. September 18, 1972.