Antoine and Colette (1962)

François Truffaut directs Jean-Pierre Léaud, Marie-France Pisier and Patrick Auffay in this mini-sequel to The 400 Blows, originally part of the international anthology film Love At Twenty.

Antoine Doinel matures (slightly) from disillusioned little rebel to lovestruck gawky independent. He works at Philips Records, goes to concerts and stalks a hottie who just wants to be friends. More great Paris location photography and some attention grabbing nebbish physicality from Léaud.


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