Directed by Kent Jones


Hitchcock/Truffaut is a documentary about the eponymous 1966 book by the French director François Truffaut on the British director Alfred Hitchcock. Hitchcock/Truffaut is aimless, boring, and seemingly bored. About the liveliness of an interview between two directors, the film is, strangely, largely filled with talking heads. Hitchcock/Truffaut not only fails to live up to the films of either director, it fails to be either original or entertaining.

Would not see.


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