The 400 Blows

The 400 Blows
The 400 Blows

Year

1959

Duration

95 minutes

Genres

Drama

Language

French (English subtitles)

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Although The 400 Blows was made over 40 years ago in France, most of us can identify with the film's troubled hero in some way. Antoine is just a cheeky yet vulnerable young teenager who has problems at home and is a bit of a trouble-maker at school - so he chooses to escape into the world of cinema to forget his daily problems. An anthem for troubled loners everywhere, this film helped put France on the world map of cool cinema. voiced in French, subtitles in English.

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