Director: François Truffaut (1964) Francois Truffaut directed this simple tale of revenge and adultery which features an exceptional musical score by Georges Delerue. The story concerns a love affair between successful literary magazine editor Pierre Lachenay (Jean Desailly) and alluring airline stewardess, Nicole Chomette (Francoise Dorleac). They meet on a flight to Lisbon, where Pierre ..Lees verder
Director: François Truffaut (1959) Director François Truffaut’s first feature film, THE 400 BLOWS, is a landmark in French cinema. Antoine Doinel is a 13-year-old boy who can’t seem to do anything right. His parents yell at him and then bribe him for his love and his promises to work harder in school. Meanwhile, his schoolteacher ..Lees verder
Director: François Truffaut (1962) Adapted from a novel by Henri-Pierre Roché, Jules et Jim tells the story of two aspiring writers who form a close friendship set in the bohemian Paris of 1912. Jules is a shy, philosophical Austrian, while Jim is a debonair Frenchman, confident and successful with women. Both fall for the beautiful, ..Lees verder
Director: François Truffaut (1968) Discharged from the army, Antoine Doinel reunited with his girlfriend, Christine Darbon and begins the first of a number of jobs proving his incompetence – a night watchman at a hotel. Following his firing from this job he becomes a private detective. When hired to investigate whether the employees of a ..Lees verder
Director: François Truffaut (1970) Describes the work accomplished by a French doctor, at the beginning of last century, who rehabilitated a “wolf-boy”, abandoned by his parents in the forest of Auvergne at the time of the Revolution. Music: Concerto for Mandolin & flute by Vivaldi. With: Jean-Pierre Cargol, François Truffaut, Françoise Seigner.