Antoine and Colette 1962



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Antoine and Colette 1962
Antoine et Colette (original title)
32m | Short, Comedy, Drama | 22 June 1962 (France)
Storyline:This short film is the first segment of five in the multinational feature L’amour à vingt ans (1962), all five segments on the theme of first adult love. After indulging in much delinquency in his youth, seventeen year old Antoine Doinel, having been provided opportunity to get out of that delinquent life, is now an upstanding member of society working for Philips Records, which allows him to indulge in his love of music. At the Youth Concerts, he has noticed the same young woman at several performances, she who he would like to get to know. She is Colette, the two who do begin to date. Colette treats Antoine like a buddy, while Antoine has fallen in love with her. His pursuit of getting Colette to be his exclusive girlfriend is helped on the surface in the fact that Colette’s parents like him and encourage their dating. He uses grand romantic gestures to try and prove his love. Will Colette ultimately fall under Antoine’s romanticism?User review:I have been looking for a copy of “Stolen Kisses” for some time, and so I was glad I finally found it–or thought I’d found it. While my sole reason for wanting to see it was to see the Truffaut segment featuring the character “Antoine Doinel”, I was VERY surprised to see a DVD with ONLY this 30 minute portion from the movie on it–along with a Truffaut short, Les Mistons! What about the segments from Love At Twenty by Ophuls and the other directors? They were nowhere to be seen on the FOX/Lorber DVD! The same can be said about the DVD extra for “The 400 Blows”–it has the Doinel short but none of the rest of the film. Quel dommage!Now, in regard to the Antoine Doinel segment, I was VERY glad I saw it, as it was the most interesting and endearing I ever saw the character. Doinel appeared in several other Truffaut full-length films and this small segment was the final one I needed to see to complete them. It was lighter in tone and “cute” compared to the other incarnations–much lighter than 400 blows or the other films that have a more wistful edge to them. You see a hopeful Doinel just reaching adulthood–a decent guy–just REALLY awkward with the ladies.
Director: François Truffaut
Writer: François Truffaut
Stars: Jean-Pierre Léaud, Marie-France Pisier, Patrick Auffay
Country of origin: France
Language: French
Filming locations: Place de Clichy, Paris 18, Paris, France
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Antoine and Colette (1962)

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Antoine and Colette

Director: François Truffaut

Writers: François Truffaut

Stars: Jean-Pierre Léaud, Marie-France Pisier, Patrick Auffay

Summary: Antoine Doinel is 17, lives in a hotel and works in a factory making records; he loves music. He falls in love with a woman he meets at a concert. She sees him as a friend, but her parents love him.

Also known as: Antoine et Colette on DVD

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