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The Reflection of Life: The Films of François Truffaut

Arguably the most humanistic directors to come out of the French New Wave, François Truffaut is the kind of director whose films ran deep with a love of cinema. It’s impossible to talk about the French New Wave without mentioning him, and unfortunately, he is mostly remembered today for the films he made that adhered to all the qualities of that era (400 BlowsShoot the Piano PlayerJules and Jim). Looking beyond that, though, his filmography runs deep with fascinating characters, terrific performances, and one of the most strong loves of humanity that I think the cinema has ever seen. If you’ve never seen anything beyond his New Wave works, treat yourself to some, and if you’ve never seen ANY film of his, now’s a great time to start.

Les Quatre Cents Coups (The 400 Blows)  |  1959

Tirez sur le pianiste (Shoot the Piano Player)  |  1960

Jules et Jim (Jules and Jim)  |  1962

Le Peau douce (The Soft Skin)  |  1964

Baiser volés (Stolen Kisses)  |  1968

Domicile conjugal (Bed and Board)  |  1970

La Nuit américane (Day for Night)  |  1973

L’Argent de poche (Pocket Money a.k.a. Small Change)  |  1976

L’Homme qui aimait les femmes (The Man Who Loved Women)  | 1977

Le Dernier métro (The Last Metro)  |  1980

(Note: This is just a small gathering of the final images of Truffaut’s films, there’s still plenty out there worth checking out!)

- Intern Kevin (thegreatestblogevertold.tumblr.com)

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Sandman #19, “A Midsummer Night’s Dream”

Art by Charles Vess

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Movies directed by Satoshi Kon (October 12, 1963 – August 24, 2010)

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