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Ryan Boucher 8 months ago
A child out of wedlock! Both parents working! No wonder the child ends up where he does!
young peter sellers 1 year ago
My favorite film of all time. I beg everyone I know to watch it.
Noah Rymer over 1 year ago
very artsy and very french, watch if you have the patience.
Savannah over 2 years ago
Important to film history, but tough to get through.
Austin 3 years ago
A lovely, timeless film...
Bijit Sarkar almost 4 years ago
The Smile on the face, when asked about sex.. Rewatchability to the power of infinity.
Robyn Hamilton over 4 years ago
Meandering but still aptly captures the spirit of a troubled childhood.
Anthony Kozlowski over 4 years ago
Nothing else captures the many facets of childhood quite as honestly as this film.
Maxine Sherrin almost 5 years ago
Sublime.
Carol Tilley 8 days ago
Justin Wagner 1 month ago
Nicolas 2 months ago
Rachel Marshall 2 months ago
Jonathan Evans 5 months ago
Kamyar Askari 8 months ago
M 9 months ago
Alan DeCoronado 10 months ago
Gorilla Romero 10 months ago
Daniel Jones 11 months ago
Jesse Beatson over 1 year ago
The 400 Blows (French: Les Quatre Cents Coups) is a 1959 French film directed by François Truffaut. One of the defining films of the French New Wave, it displays many of the characteristic traits of the movement. The story revolves around Antoine Doinel, an ordinary adolescent in Paris, who is thought by his parents and teachers to be a trouble maker. The film had a total of 3,642,981 admissions in France, making it Truffaut's most successful film to date in his home country. The English title is a straight translation of the French but misses its meaning, as the French title refers to the expression "faire les quatre cents coups", which means "to raise hell". On the first American prints, subtitler and dubber Noelle Gilmore gave the film the title Wild Oats, but the distributor did not like that title and reverted it to The 400 Blows, which led some to think the film covered the topic of corporal punishment. Antoine Doinel is a boy growing up in France during the early 1950s. The...
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