The 400 Blows (1959)
A classic looking at the life of a 12-year-old in Paris.
Anne And Muriel (1971)
Truffaut's second menage a trois movie... this time set in Wales.
The Bride Wore Black (1968)
New Wave brat scholar Tarantino swears blind this was not the inspiration for Kill Bill? You decide.
Finally, Sunday! (1983)
Murder mystery involving an estate agent and his secretary in the South of France.
Jules Et Jim (1962)
A French love triangle, spanning the years. Out on reissue in May.
The Last Metro (1980)
The wife of a Jewish theatre director forced into hiding tries to keep a production afloat in occupied Paris.
Shoot The Pianist (1960)
François Truffaut's follow up to The 400 Blows explores American film noir in the style of le nouvelle vague.
Silken Skin (1964)
A man begins an ill-fated affair with an air stewardess.
The Woman Next Door (1981)
Lives are shattered when a contented husband's former lover moves in next door.
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