Antoine and Colette
Antoine and Colette is the second film — a short — in François Truffaut's series about Antoine Doinel, the character he follows from boyhood to adulthood through five films. The third is the feature film Stolen Kisses. Antoine and Colette was made for the 1962 anthology collection Love at Twenty, which featured shorts from the renowned directors Shintarô Ishihara, Marcel Ophüls, Renzo Rossellini and Andrzej Wajda, as well as Truffaut.
Antoine and Colette catches up with Antoine as a solitary 17-year-old who works at Philips manufacturing LPs to support himself. He lives in a furnished room by himself in Place Clichy, listening to opera and classical music and spending time with René (Patrick Auffay), his school friend from The 400 Blows.
|keywords||bed and board berlioz classical music first time listen love on the run manufacture on the run patrick auffay school friend stolen kisses the 400 blows|
|productionCompany||Ulysse Productions/ Unitel|
|publisher||20th Century Fox Embassy Pictures|