Truffaut: from “400 Doors” to “Confidentially Yours”!

Francois TruffautThere are two kinds of directors: those who have the public in mind when they conceive and make their films, and those who don’t consider the public at all. For the former, cinema is an art of spectacle; for the latter, it is an individual adventure. There is nothing intrinsically better about one or the other; it’s simply a matter of different approaches…”

François Truffaut

Did You Know: As the french director drew inspiration from films he witnessed during the war his youth compelled him to criticize some senseless movies and mindless films. He was not sure whether he wanted to be a film maker or a critique. However, he ended up in being an institution of films and film making! francois_truffaut1

Filmography of François Truffaut

Hitchcock loves to be misunderstood, because he has based his whole life around misunderstandings.”

— François Truffaut on Hitchcock.

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