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 François 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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