Some thoughts on character development in Truffaut’s The 400 Blows
François Truffaut’s film has an episodic narrative and is heavily centred on a single character, Antoine Doinel. 302 more words
STARTED FROM NOTHING – is a series of posts, dedicated to film makers(and movements) that without Bank loans,Studio finances, independently made films, some of which went on to be classics, but also became influential, not only in the country, but on Global cinema, an generations of film-makers directly inspired by them… 399 more words
Le lundi, je regardais Les Quatre Cents Coups (1959). C’est un français film de François Truffaut et un exemple de Nouvelle Vague.
En plus, il est une autobiographie de Truffaut aussi; c’est très intéressant!
Now this is the kind of cinema redemption I hoped for. After watching Francois Truffaut’s The 400 Blows, in which the word Fin appears across the young protagonist’s face as he wades in the sea, I went looking for matching images from the two Simpsons episodes in which characters make films that end with a big on-screen… 763 more words
Jean-Pierre Leaud’s first audition