Les Mistons: Depicts a group of pubescent boys whose admiration of a young girl takes on an edge of cruelty, with unforseen results. Working with François Truffaut: Interview with co-writers Claude de Givray and Bernard Revon.
DVD; Dolby digital mono (first work) and stereo (second work).
In French with optional English subtitles.
Les Mistons, originally released as a motion picture in 1957; Working with François Truffaut, 2003.
Book includes essays about and credits for all films in The Adventures of Antoine Doinel set.
Special features: Audio commentary for Les Mistons; audio/visual primer for Les Mistons; documentary excerpt featuring an interview with Truffaut; 1981 French television interview with Truffaut; promotional art gallery for The 400 blows, Stolen kisses, Bed and board, and Love on the run.
Les Mistons (1957 ; 18 min.) / directed by François Truffaut
Working with François Truffaut : Claude de Givray and Bernard Revon, co-writers (2003 ; 44 min.).
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