Hitchcock/Truffaut
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Hitchcock/Truffaut

Hitchcock/Truffaut is a breeze. It’s not a substitute for the book, but it doesn’t try…

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Revisit: Day for Night
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Revisit: Day for Night

Truffaut's characteristic attention to detail highlights the movie set as the most fragile of ecosystems.

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Revisit: Jules and Jim
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Revisit: Jules and Jim

Jules and Jim, Francois Truffaut’s 1962 film, stands as one of the most acclaimed of…

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Oeuvre: Truffaut: Confidentially Yours
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Oeuvre: Truffaut: Confidentially Yours

At last, we come to the end. François Truffaut was many things through the course…

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Oeuvre: Truffaut: The Woman Next Door
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Oeuvre: Truffaut: The Woman Next Door

The Woman Next Door has a fairly basic plot of infidelity as new couple –…

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Oeuvre: Truffaut: The Last Metro
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Oeuvre: Truffaut: The Last Metro

Although not part of a concrete cycle like his acclaimed Antoine Doinel series, it is…

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Oeuvre: Truffaut: Love on the Run
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Oeuvre: Truffaut: Love on the Run

Released in 1979, François Truffaut’s Love on the Run completed the cycle of Antoine Doinel…

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Oeuvre: Truffaut: The Green Room
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Oeuvre: Truffaut: The Green Room

It’s always tempting to look at the latter films of a director’s career through the…

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Oeuvre: Truffaut: The Man Who Loved Women
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Oeuvre: Truffaut: The Man Who Loved Women

For François Truffaut, the fundamental problem with humanity is maturity, the process of letting go…

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Oeuvre: Truffaut: Small Change
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Oeuvre: Truffaut: Small Change