François Truffaut and Richard Roud
Jules and Jim • 9m 40s
This excerpt is from a conversation that aired on the New York arts program “Camera Three” in October 1977, when director François Truffaut was in the U.S. for the New York Film Festival screening of THE MAN WHO LOVED WOMEN. The conversation, with festival director Richard Roud, marked Truffaut’s first appearance on American television.
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