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MY REVIEW
Reviewed by Chorley BG / Joined Chorley 2014
The 400 Blows
The 400 Blows
The 400 Blows
France, 1959, 99 minutes Drama, Drama, Coming of Age
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15.04.15
In Francois Truffaut's debut, award winning film, he paints visually the pain and joy of childhood, through a semi-autobiographical account of a 13 year old boy living in France. THE 400 BLOWS is a gentle and compassionate movie. It isn't overwhelmed by its anger, although a few characters, particularly the coming-of-age hero's mother and his school teacher, aren't terribly sympathetic. An essential watch for those looking to see the best of French cinema.
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