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The 400 Blows

The film is about Antoine Doinel, a young boy who grew up in Paris during the early 1950s. Things turn to a different path when Antoine decides to drop out of school and start a downward spiral of lying, stealing, etc. Now, parents are trying to let Antoine face the consequences by sending him to the juvenile detention center and teaching him more ethics.
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June 07, 2010 Truffaut brought a fresh and piercingly honest portrayal of troubled youth to the screen. In many ways, Antonie Doinel is not only the cinematic embodiment of Truffaut, but also the French New Wave as a whole.
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July 31, 2015 Childhood's frustrations for Truffaut are never far from its lilting delights
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Matt's Movie Reviews
July 06, 2010 Truffaut's ode to his childhood is an engrossing watch that is alluring in its simplicity and brilliant in its direction. It flows nicely at its own pace, never allowing melodrama to ruin its realistic and voyeuristic atmosphere.
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July 09, 2007 An engaging, moving film.
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Chicago Reader
July 09, 2007 Distinguished by its intensity of feeling and freewheeling use of the wide-screen frame, the film ranks among Truffaut's best.
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November 28, 2014 Francois Truffaut's debut film not only galvanized the Nouvelle Vague movement of French cinema, but he also generated a personal filmic idiom that he would elaborate on for the rest of his career.
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September 27, 2007 Forget my curmudgeonly attitude and see it -- again, or for the first time -- for yourself.
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Time Out
April 09, 2009 One of the first glistening droplets of the French New Wave.
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Cinema Crazed
April 21, 2014 A rich and fascinating look at youth and its fleeting joys...
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October 29, 2015 Truffaut imbues the movie with the irrepressible energy and optimism of youth.
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IMDb: 7
109 min
Country: United States
Genre: Thriller, Horror, Mystery
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