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The 400 Blows

 François Truffaut
 Jean-Pierre Léaud (Antoine Doinel), Claire Maurier (Gilberte Doinel - la mère d'Antoine), Albert Rémy (Julien Doinel), Guy Decomble, Georges Flamant (Mr. Bigey), Patrick Auffay (René), Marius Laurey, Jean-Claude Brialy, Jeanne Moreau, Jacques Demy, Daniel Couturier, Robert Beauvais, Richard Kanayan
 99 min
The 400 Blows French Les Quatre Cents Coups is a 1959 French film directed by Franois Truffaut. One of the defining films of the French New Wave, it displays many of the characteristic traits of the movement. The story revolves around Antoine Doinel, an ordinary adolescent in Paris, who is thought by his parents and teachers to be a trouble maker. The film had a total of 3,642,981 admissions in France, making it Truffaut's most successful film to date in his home country.

The Carousel

The 400 Blows 1959 - The Carousel - Antoine Jean-Pierre Leaud goes on a carnival ride instead of attending school.

Police Carriage

The 400 Blows 1959 - Police Carriage - Antoine Jean-Pierre Leaud gets arrested for stealing a typewriter and views the city through the ...

Antoine at the Beach

The 400 Blows 1959 - Antoine at the Beach - Antoine Jean-Pierre Leaud visits the beach, something he has never done before.