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Get this one only if you are not interested in all the Doinel films.,
This review is from: The 400 Blows (The Criterion Collection) (DVD)
However, if you are a fan of this entire film series by Truffaut, then you should spring for the Adventures of Antoine Doinel boxed set. It comes with all the extras found on this disc, plus a bonus disc which features excerpts from a 1961 documentary on Truffaut, which touches on this film, and a promotional art gallery for this film. Neither of these bonus features are found on this disc, nor is the bonus short film, Antoine and Colette, which is on the 400 Blows' disc in the boxed set. Great if you only want this movie, but I'd pay the extra dough as it's well worth it to have the entire Criterion boxed set, which is loaded with extras covering all the other films.
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Initial post: May 12, 2008 3:34:06 PM PDT
M. Derby says:
BTW those interested in purchasing only The 400 Blows should be aware: Criterion's earliest DVD version of the film is letterboxed, not anamorphic widescreen. This has been remedied, but purchasers of used DVDs should be cautious.
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