François Truffaut

The Films in My Life

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From a cinematic grand master, “one of the most readable books of movie criticism, and one of the most instructive” (American Film Institute).
An icon. A rebel. A legend. The films of François Truffaut defined an exhilarating new form of cinema for moviegoers the world over. But before Truffaut became a great director, he was a critic who stood at the vanguard, pioneering an innovative way to view movies and to write about the cinematic arts. Now, for the first time in eBook, the legendary director shares his own words, as one of the most influential filmmakers of all time examines the art of movie-making through engaging and deeply personal reviews about the movies he loves. Truffaut writes extensively about his heroes, from Hitchcock to Welles, Chaplin to Renoir, Buñuel to Bergman, Clouzot to Cocteau, Capra to Hawks, Guitry to Fellini, sharing analysis and insight as to what made them film legends, and how their work led Truffaut and his fellow directors into classics like The 400 Blows, Jules and Jim, and the French New Wave movement.
Articulate and candid, The Films in My Life is for everyone who has sat in a dark movie theater and dreamed.
“Truffaut brings the same intelligence and grace to the printed page that he projects onto the screen. The Films in My Life provides a rare knowledgeable look at movies and moviemaking.” —Newsday
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    asanisimasalaithar citeretfor 7 år siden
    A lovely time of life—when one cares more about the fate of those we admire than about one’s own.
    asanisimasalaithar citeretfor 7 år siden
    first step involved seeing lots of movies; secondly, I began to note the name of the director as I left the theater. In the third stage I saw the same films over and over and began making choices as to what I would have done, if I had been the director. At that period of my life, movies acted on me like a drug
    asanisimasalaithar citeretfor 7 år siden
    I believe a work is good to the degree that it expresses the man who created it.

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