Zero de Conduite
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(Apr 18, 2013)
olidays, Caussat and Bruel are going back to the boarding school, where their life is sad, dull, as all prisoner's ones. But there is plot setting up for a revolt... French film with English subtitles. This film may contain variations in audio and video quality due to limitations of the original source material.
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If you really want to start a anthological collection, you must not ignore this milestone picture that in certain way would anticipate the French New Wave and influenced a countless films.
Jean Vigo was a monumental talent who missed too soon. His filmic heritage were just only two films, but his grandness is acknowledged all over the world and specially by the French Cinema that reserved every year a Festival in his memory.
A genius who shines with own light in the Universe of the supreme Gods of the Cinema
"Zero de Conduite" is the most authentic picture of the world of childhood ever committed to celluloid: luminous, surreal, shocking, lyrical, sensual, rebellious, innocent, cruel, and very funny. It's really impossible to describe - but see it, and you'll dream it for the rest of your life.
If you love it, rush out in search of "L'Atalante", the only other feature Vigo made before his early death.