Archive for: Francois Truffaut

“I prefer him as a cartoonist”

A “Literary” responds to Eddie Campbell.

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“Then Protest!”

by James Romberger Fran├žois Truffaut’s films are most often analyzed in terms of their cinematic structure and the interpersonal relationships of their stories, and these qualities do account for a good part of their appeal. His films are not considered particularly political in the context of his contemporaries of the French New Wave. However, Truffaut […]

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