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The release of Francois Truffauts classic portrait of troubled adolescence, The 400 Blows, shook world cinema to its foundations, introduced a major new director into the cinematic landscape, and inaugurated the revolutionary French New Wave. But The 400 Blows did not only introduce the world to its precocious director-it also unveiled his indelible creation: the enthusiastic, melancholic, and hopelessly romantic trouble-maker Antoine Doinel.
Played by the irrepressible and iconic Jean-Pierre Leaud, Doinel reappeared in four subsequent Truffaut films that knowingly portrayed his myriad frustrations and romantic entanglements, from his stormy teens through marriage, children, divorce and adulthood. With The Adventures of Antoine Doinel, Criterion is proud to present Truffauts celebrated saga in its entirety.
The 400 Blows
Antoine And Collette
Bed And Board
Love On The Run
|Bild:||Widescreen 16:9 Anamorfisk|
|Ljud:||Franska DD Mono|
|-Two Commentaries for The 400 Blows, One by Film Professor Brian Stonehill, And the Other By Robert Lachenay, Lifelong Friend of Francois Truffaut.
-A Multitude of Rare Interviews With Truffaut and his Collaborators, Including Actors Jean-Pierre Leaud, Claude Jade, and Marie-France Pisier, and Co-Writers Claude de Givray and Bernard Revon, Chronicling the Doinel Cycle.
-Les Mistons (1957), Truffauts Second Film, About A Group of Pubescent Boys Whose Admiration of a Young Girl Takes On An Edge Of Cruelty, With Unforeseen Results.
-Theatrical Trailers For The 400 Blows, Stolen Kisses, Bed and Board, and Love on the Run, Plus Promotional Art
-72-Page Book, Featuring A Comprehensive Assortment of Truffauts Own Notes, Outlines, and Treatments For the Five Doinel Films, Along With Essays by Annette Insdorf, Kent Jones, Andrew Sarris, Noah Baumbach, and Chris Fujiwara.
Upplagd i sortimentet: 13 Februari, 2009