#123movies #fmovies #putlocker #gomovies #solarmovie #soap2day Watch Full Movie Online Free – Antoine Doinel is now more than thirty. He divorces from Christine. He is a proofreader, and is in love with Sabine, a record seller. Colette, his teenager love, is now a lawyer. She buys Antoine’s first published autobiographical novel. They meet again in a station…
Plot: Antoine is now 30, working as a proofreader and getting divorced from his his wife. It being the first “no-fault” divorce in France, a media circus erupts, dredging up Antoine’s past. Indecisive about his new love with a store clerk, he impulsively takes off with an old flame.
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A fun, loving, tender, and satisfying finale.
True, there are a bit too much flash back in the film (with some lengthy ones,too), but after the previous four Antoine Doinel films, this last installment brings so much sentiment and feeling that is quite unique and unmatched in any other films. Whether Antoine’s life will change or not, nobody can tell. The important thing is, he has to face the reality this time. He’s no longer young, plus he’s a divorced father and struggling writer (what a combination!). Yet as all the people around him changed, Antoine still has the child-like energy and belief in love. That’s what makes him so attractive as a protagonist in FIVE films. Truffaut really gave us film lovers a great gift. Too bad that he died in 1984, or we might have a 6th or 7th film on Antoine Doinel!
An enjoyable Truffaut
“The final installment in the Antoine-series” it said on the video box. I wondered if it would be such a good idea to rent the last part first (the first wasn’t there) and then I decided there was only one way to find out. L’amour en fuite promises to be one of the worst films ever when you begin watching it. It looks like boring talky French cinema, a loudmouthed movie with nothing to say. The movie isn’t helped by the appearance of Dorothée, the French equivalent to Barney (both are pink and annoying). After five minutes her character goes her own way and we only meet her again after quite a while. By that time Dorothée remembered it might not be such a bad idea after all to act when you’re in a movie. Those attempts make her character more bearable and save the movie from eternal doom.
So let’s all be grateful L’amour en fuite doesn’t follow Sabine (Dorothée), but Antoine (played by Jean-Pierre Léaud). Though most people think of the bulky mass formerly known as Gérard Depardieu when they think of a French actor, I’d think of Léaud. Either he’s in 500 movies, or I’ve just seen a lot of them. In L’amour en fuite we follow Antoine when he and his wife divorce, when his latest girlfriend can’t stand him anymore, when he meets the lover of his dead mother and when he meets his first love again. Though all this might get the impression L’amour en fuite is a typically French talky movie about l’amour, it isn’t, all because of the talent of director François Truffaut. Truffaut’s efforts make this movie go from dreadful over bearable to interesting. Especially the scene where Antoine’s ex-wife (Claude Jade) meets his first love (Marie-France Pisier) and they talk about our protagonist shows you how talented Truffaut was. The movie can stand on its own, so it doesn’t matter if you haven’t seen the previous Antoine episodes. L’amour en fuite is nice, but nothing more.
Original Language fr
Runtime 1 hr 34 min (94 min)
Genre Comedy, Drama, Romance
Director François Truffaut
Writer François Truffaut, Marie-France Pisier, Jean Aurel
Actors Jean-Pierre Léaud, Claude Jade, Marie-France Pisier
Awards 1 win & 1 nomination
Production Company N/A
Sound Mix Mono
Aspect Ratio 1.66 : 1
Laboratory Laboratoires Franay Tirages Cinematographiques (LTC), Paris, France
Film Length N/A
Negative Format 35 mm
Cinematographic Process Spherical
Printed Film Format 35 mm