Oeuvre: Truffaut: The Story of Adèle H.
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Oeuvre: Truffaut: The Story of Adèle H.

The Story of Adèle H. was released one year after John Cassavetes’ A Woman Under…

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Oeuvre: Truffaut: Day for Night
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Oeuvre: Truffaut: Day for Night

“What is a film director? Someone who’s asked questions about everything. Sometimes he knows the…

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Oeuvre: Truffaut: Such a Gorgeous Kid Like Me
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Oeuvre: Truffaut: Such a Gorgeous Kid Like Me

Following the masterful adaptation of Henri-Pierre Roché’s Two English Girls, Francois Truffaut must have needed…

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Oeuvre: Truffaut: Two English Girls
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Oeuvre: Truffaut: Two English Girls

Of all of François Truffaut’s greatest films, Two English Girls is perhaps the least well…

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Oeuvre: Truffaut: Bed and Board
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Oeuvre: Truffaut: Bed and Board

Noah Baumbach wrote that Francois Truffaut’s Bed and Board is a “comedy about marriage, the…

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Oeuvre: Truffaut: The Wild Child
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Oeuvre: Truffaut: The Wild Child

 From the beginning, François Truffaut has functioned as one of cinema’s purest conveyors of the…

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Oeuvre: Truffaut: Mississippi Mermaid
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Oeuvre: Truffaut: Mississippi Mermaid

Oeuvre is an in-depth examination of the entire body of work of an important director.…

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Oeuvre: Truffaut: Stolen Kisses
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Oeuvre: Truffaut: Stolen Kisses

Francois Truffaut doesn’t want you to get to know Antoine Doinel. Admittedly, the idea may…

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Oeuvre: Truffaut: The Bride Wore Black
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Oeuvre: Truffaut: The Bride Wore Black

François Truffaut’s landmark book on Alfred Hitchcock was released in 1967. By this point a…

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Oeuvre: Truffaut: Fahrenheit 451
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Oeuvre: Truffaut: Fahrenheit 451

Sad-eyed Oskar Werner: thrust into a world of book-burning firemen and empty conversation, what’s a…

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