Serge Toubiana on STOLEN KISSES
Stolen Kisses • 3m 26s
In this 2003 audio-visual “primer,” noted François Truffaut historian Serge Toubiana provides insightful comments about the genesis of STOLEN KISSES and the tumultuous professional and social conditions that shook Truffaut’s life during the film’s shoot.
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The Langlois Affair
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