Misunderstood and mistreated by his neglectful parents and repressive schoolteachers, 12-year-old Antoine Doinel (Jean-Pierre Léaud) seeks refuge in truancy, petty crime and the cinema.
A true landmark of world cinema that heralded the start of the French New Wave, The 400 Blows is universally regarded as one of the all-time great coming-of-age movies.
The directorial debut of François Truffaut – and the most autobiographical of his films – this rebellious, award-winning milestone is presented in a new 4K restoration.
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