Love at Twenty (1962)

Love at Twenty (1962)





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A sequel to The 400 Blows, this anthology explores love among the young via five internationally-produced tales. The filmmakers and countries represented are Truffaut (France), Rossellini (Italy), Shitaro Ishiara (Japan), Marcel Ophüls (West Germany) and Wajda (Poland).
Art House & International , Drama , Romance
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Ulysse Productions


Jean-Pierre Léaud
as Antoine Doinel
Francois Darbon
as Colette's Father
Rosy Varte
as Colette's Mother
Barbara Lass
as Basia [Poland]
Wladyslaw Kowalski
as Wladek [Poland]
Jean-François Adam
as Albert Tazzi
Vera Tschechowa
as [West Germany]
Werner Finck
as [West Germany]
Cristina Gajoni
as Christina
Geronimo Meynier
as Leonardo
Koji Furuhata
as Hiroshi
Nami Tamura
as Fukimo
Barbara Frey
as Ursula
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Audience Reviews for Love at Twenty

Antoine et Colette is seriously very bad. Wooden acting and script is loaded with backstory. I would like to see the other shorts though - precursor to Paris, Je'Taime?

Alice Shen
Alice Shen

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I've only seen Truffaut's short Antoine and Colette. It's a wonderful short that follows Antoine Doinel as he falls in love.

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