+ Elegantly Wasted Decadence + Decaying Splendor + Flamboyant Displays of Opulence and Profligated Luxury + Forgotten Femininity +

The Bride Wore Black (1968)

Truffaut’s hommage to Hitchcock

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#francois truffaut   #1960s   #film   #french new wave   #noir   #jeanne moreau  

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    Truffaut published a book about his long interviews with Hitchcock called “How did you do it, Mr Hitchcock?” which is...
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