Truffaut has been mentioned or cited more than a hundred times throughout all the RSS channels we monitor. Especially, the channel 'Taste of Cinema – Movie Reviews and Classic Movie Lists' contains more than a dozen references to this person (or maybe different people with similar names) alone. As it’s displayed on the chart below, Truffaut was highly popular in August, 2016.
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[...] and she moved to Paris. Among her roles of this period is the older married woman in François Truffaut’s Baisers volés (1968). During the 1960s and 1970s, Seyrig worked with directors including [...]
[...] to me even in the privacy of her sitting room. But yes, as a child I was taken to see Rohmer, Truffaut, Kurosawa, Chabrol and so on. Soon I wanted to watch these films by myself. I remember seeing [...]
[...] infrequently used tools Hitchcock used in his films, such as the first person perspective that Truffaut co-opts from films like Rear Window or North by Northwest, or his use of establishing shots of [...]
[...] obsession with women, all while boasting about every single fling or love affair of his life. Truffaut’s film had this bittersweet, nostalgic feeling mostly because it was not set in a therapy [...]
[...] are much stronger than his earlier ones, (apologies to Jean-Luc Godard and perhaps Francois Truffaut). But Rohmer was more of an eccentric, famously shunning cars and phones, and not even telling [...]
[...] dreams, indeed. Blessed with a face that would do justice to the innocents of Fellini and Truffaut, Brahim extends his play to the connecting factory courtyard and factory offices where his [...]
[...] , Lawrence of Arabia, and other illustrious gigs, including cinematography for François Truffaut’s Fahrenheit 451 in 1966, soon followed this high profile affair. While Fahrenheit 451 remains [...]
[...] Metro (1980) It’s heartbreaking to think that the 1980s would mark the end of France’s Francois Truffaut, one of the greatest lovers of the movies ever, in addition to being one of the foremost [...]