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Love on the Run(1979)

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  • Love on the Run

    • Goetan
    • 7/8/13

    The conclusion to the adventures of Antoine Doinel. Doinel is now divorced and through interactions with past girlfriends, looks back on his life while searching for happiness and love. For the first time, Director Truffaut takes time off from Leaud's performance to show some focus Pisier's, Colette, and how she helps Antoine in the story. The story seamlessly uses flashbacks from the previous films to show that all the decisions that Antoine has made can't easily be dismissed to the lack of love that he received from "The 400 Blows." Throughout the film, which is biographical to it's director's life, Truffaut uses it to acknowledge the mistakes he has made and at least "try" to mature from those foibles. I give it a 5/5.

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    • WMP
    • 1/3/12

    I dont usualy go in for this kind of movie, but I found myself unable to stop watching. It was well directed and the acting was quite good, the uncomfortable moments and comidic moments were well mixed in the overall story. A movie I would definatly be supportive of seeing in a prime time slot, rather than after midnight.

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    • patrick
    • 1/2/12

    if you like a terrible woody allen movie done in french, this is for you.

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