Truffaut’s cinematic figurehead, Jean-Pierre Léaud, is living a childhood populated with absent or oppressive role-models and petty crime. Based on the trials and tribulations of the directors own experiences this was part of the cinematic innovation that birthed the New Wave.
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My all-time favorite movie, which I can really watch over and over again. The close claustrophobic interior shots are contrasted by the wide exterior shots, in which Truffaut catches , for me, the most beautiful impressions of Paris in black and white. This is cinema made with a lot of love and passion.
1 puan ama Truffaut'ya değil, MUBİ'nin, ALTYAZILI izleme şansımızı elimizden alan haksız uygulamasına. Yazıklar olsun. Mail atıp bir de bunu müjdelemişler üyelerine, 'artık Türkçe izleyemeyeceksiniz, hadi mutlu olun' demişler resmen. Bir de ücret alıyorlar bunun için. İngilizce altyazıyı anlamaya çalışmaktan filmden keyif alamaz olduk.
It is the ending which makes such a profound impact on me. The long take, tracking Antoine running down a rural road, through to him running to the shore on the beach; stopping, turning around and looking into the camera, as if asking us- "Where can I run to now?... Where can I go?" His feet can run no more; the land has met the sea. An ending equal to Mouchette, or Werckmeister Harmonies. Words cannot express.