Jules Et Jim 1962

Critics score:
97 / 100

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Dave Kehr, Chicago Reader: With this 1961 film Truffaut comes closest to the spirit and sublimity of his mentor, Jean Renoir, and the result is a masterpiece of the New Wave. Read more

Roger Ebert, Chicago Sun-Times: There is joy in the filmmaking that feels fresh today and felt audacious at the time. Read more

Wally Hammond, Time Out: Truffaut's third film may not look the masterpiece it seemed 40-odd years ago, but it remains one of his most enjoyable movies. Read more

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Ed Gonzalez, Village Voice: More than 40 years old, Francois Truffaut's whirling dervish remains an ageless beauty. Read more