6 comments

  • By Genny
    February 03, 2014
    03:21 PM

    This is a masterpiece by Truffaut.
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  • By Sidney
    February 03, 2014
    09:08 PM

    1) Jeanne Moreau's timeless, but unconventional beauty. 2) The freshness that lies in every scene. 3) Another masterwork that changed the face of cinema.
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  • By Michael Brakemeyer
    February 04, 2014
    06:36 PM

    1.) Truffaut's timeless direction. 2.) Raoul Coutard's shimmering black and white photography. 3.) The actor's sense of fun and place in history. I didn't like this film when I first saw it in college and in time grew to love it like a long complex novel.
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  • By George Bournoutian
    February 28, 2014
    01:28 PM

    One of the best 100 films ever made. I loved it from the first time I saw it.
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  • By Tom Biddle
    March 26, 2014
    04:05 PM

    It's about "the rules" in relationships (see the last line of narration). Catherine "has" both of the men at different times, but neither of the men ever "have" her. She charts her own destiny at a time when women weren't supposed to do that. Again, the rules. A great film masterpiece!
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  • By Vince C.
    July 24, 2014
    11:54 PM

    Best thing about it: Delerue's haunting, masterful score. Worst thing about it: Catherine suddenly producing a gun, prompting laughter when I saw it with a crowd.
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