Review: Day for Night (François Truffaut, 1973)

Though The 400 Blows and Jules et Jim have since come to define the work of François Truffaut for the casual cinema enthusiast, there was a time when his 1973 film Day for Night could be considered the French director’s biggest international breakthrough. Having picked up the Best Foreign Language Film Oscar in 1974, the movie was then nominated for a further three the following year, after its proper US theatrical run, including writing and directing nods for Truffaut himself and a Supporting Actress nod for Valentina Cortese…

Full Blu-ray review for The Skinny

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