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François Truffaut’s debut feature, shot in just 46 days. Interestingly, the French idiom “faire les 400 coups”, which gave the film its title, means “to behave on the verge of correctness” and often refers to child vandalism. According to the plot, Antoine, a difficult 12-year-old teenager, receiving no attention or support from his mother or his father, starts skipping school with his friends and runs away from home. In theaters from March 23.
The film is based on the seemingly banal theme of a love triangle. But everything is much more complicated: like a true femme fatale, Katrin cannot choose only one of two men. She acts as if two hearts beat in her chest, and with one she loves Jules, and with the other Jim with no less passion. A touching love story that inevitably leads to death. In theaters March 30.
A romantic and subtle work about love and adultery. The wealthy middle-aged writer Pierre is in crisis. He has a wife and daughter, but he is looking for something new on the sidelines to re-experience the sensation of dizzying love. The director peppered the film with suspenseful elements: contrasting lighting, anxious anticipation, long shots, giving us the feeling of a catastrophe hanging in the air. In theaters April 6.
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