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A young boy, left without attention, delves into a life of petty crime.
★★★★☆ | Read our full The 400 Blows review
Truffaut arguably left his biggest mark on cinema with this autobiographical grappling with his own adolescence.| Read in full: The 400 Blows film review We Love Cinema
When Truffaut freeze-frames on Doinel’s face at the very end, it shows him looking careworn and haggard for the first time: the freeze-frame has captured the moment at which the boy has become a man.The Guardian
The 400 Blows demolishes the barriers between autobiography and fiction, actor and character, performance and personality.Empire