Garage Screen presents Roberto Sneider’s comedy drama about a fugitive wife, an abandoned husband, and the power of love.
One morning handsome womanizer Eligio wakes up to see that his wife, a talented writer named Susana, has disappeared. Confused, he sets off to find her and soon discovers that, tired of his childishness and unreliability, she has flown off to America to start her life from scratch. Eligio follows her in hope of getting his family back, but soon realises, that it might not be as easy as he thought…
You’re Killing Me Susana is based his on José Agustín’s novel Deserted Cities, which Roberto Sneider (Frida, Tear This Heart Out) has been planning to adapt for screen for a long time, with Gael García Bernal (famous for Amores perros Alejandro González Iñárritu, 2000; Bad Education, Pedro Almodóvar, 2004; The Science of Sleep, Michel Gondry, 2006; and The Limits of Control, Jim Jarmusch, 2008) in mind as the protagonist from the start.
You’re Killing Me Susana
Director Roberto Sneider. Mexico, Canada, 2016. 100 min.