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A book of interviews of Alfred Hitchcock
, in which he was one of the first to show how Hitch was a real auteur: first published 1966 "Le cinema selon Hitchcock" (The cinema according to Hitchcock).
2 Biographical Movies |
15 Print Biographies |
2 Interviews |
20 Articles |
4 Pictorials |
François | F. Truffaut | Francois Truffaut
5' 6" (1.68 m)
Did You Know?
Like Fellini, I think that the "noble" film is the trap of traps, the sneakiest swindle in the industry. For a real film-maker, nothing could be more boring to make than a "Bridge On The River Kwai" - scenes set inside office alternating with discussions between old fogies and some action scenes usually filmed by another crew. Rubbish, traps for fools, Oscar machines.
Truffaut's first review for Cahiers du Cinema was for "Sudden Fear" in 1953.