Truffaut, Franö¬ois (Truffaut Franois)( French film director.)
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Biography Truffaut, Franö¬ois (Truffaut Franois)
His first film poluavtobiografichesky 400 strokes (Les Quatre Cents Coups, 1959) ushered in the era of creative experimentation in film, known as the French 'new wave'. The protagonist of this lyrical but never sentimental paintings - outcast teenager Antoine, played by Jean-P. Leo (J.-P.Laud) - will grow up on screen in subsequent films Truffaut: Antoine and Colette (Antoine et Colette, . story in the film Love in 20 years, . 1962), . Stolen Kisses (Baisers vols, . 1968), . Bed and Board (Domicile conjugale, . 1970), . Love on the Run (L'amoure en fuite, . 1979),
. The second feature film by Truffaut Shoot the Piano Player (Tirez sur le pianiste, 1960) by mixing the comic and tragic represented whimsical reminiscence second-rate Hollywood movies 1940's.
In his next and, as many believe, the best film Jules and Jim (Jules and Jim, 1961) Truffaut with a rich expression told the story of two friends in love with a woman. Picture differs richness and subtlety of the narrative, usually characteristic of a novel.
Truffaut was born on February 6, 1932 in Paris. Starting his career as a film critic, in the mid 1950's switched to directing. Most of his films can be grouped according to certain themes and ideas. In Shantrape (Les Mistons, 1958), 400 shots, the Wild Child (L'Enfant sauvage, 1970) and pocket money (L'Argent de poche, 1976) shows the world of childhood, and to do it with surprising warmth, humor, insight and respect to the little heroes. Truffaut is well known and brilliant studies of women's fate, . like in the movies Two English 'Continent' (Les Deux Anglaises et le Continent, . 1971), . where there is a link between creativity and torments of love, Day for Night (La Nuit Amricaine, . 1973; Award 'Oscar') with her love in the process of creating the film, the history of Adele H,
. (The Story of Adele H., 1975) - a drama based on the biography of the daughter of Victor Hugo, The Man Who Loved Women (The Man Who Loved Women, 1977), where the eternal teenage hero meets on his way responsive women
. Heroes of films Truffaut mid-1960 - The Soft Skin (La Peau douce, . 1964), . The Bride Wore Black (La Marie tait en noir, . 1967) and Mermaid 'Mississippi' (La Sirne du Mississippi, . 1969) - live in an atmosphere of paranoia passions, . possessed by a sense of guilt, . desire for revenge and a desire to murder,
. The atmosphere and stood alone sci-fi parable of 451 á¦ Fahrenheit (Fahrenheit 451, 1966).
Among the films Truffaut 1980's greatest success enjoyed The Last Metro (Le derniere Mtro ', 1980) - history of Parisian theater troupe during the Nazi occupation. In the woman next door (Le Femme d 'ct, 1981) and Confidentially Yours (Vivement Dimanche, 1983) appeals to the director so close to his style hichkokovskogo 'suspense', and must murder and reckless love. Truffaut died in Neuilly-sur-Seine (department-de-Seine) 21 October 1984.