The 400 Blows (1959)
The title is a play on the original film's name.
Antoine washes his face in a fountain after his night spent outdoors the same way Joey does.
A poster for this is torn from a wall.
It's the film Antoine's mother wants to go see. Typical New Wave.
Poster is featured!
Jean-Pierre Leaud references his character Antoine Doinel when he and Chantal Goya get into the military car he called to pick them up.
In both films, a key is hidden in a vase, and lights go off as Antoine Doinel climbs stairs.
The film is mentioned in a conversation
When young Noodles is arrested, he is put in a paddywagon and driven off--framed exactly as Antoine is in the 400 blows.
First scene, when they get out of the theater.
Mike: (during a freeze frame close-up) The 400 Blows.
Reminiscent of the puppet show scene.
Shot where Tyson is running down the street and the camera follows at his side is taken right from a shot in The 400 Blows.
The shot of Luisa walking onto the Heaven's Mouth beach for the first time is an homage to the final shot in The 400 Blows
Dawson cites Nicholas Ray's influence on French New Wave.
The last freeze frame and the subject matter itself is very similar to The 400 Blows.
Kids skip school and catch parents doing the same.
this is the bar's name in this movie
The freeze frame ending on Harry's face is quite similar to the freeze-frame ending of Antoine Doiniel in the "The 400 Blows"
This movie can be spotted in Matteo Berti's VHS collection.
At this Movie end, many people go to the cinema where is at it in front: "Les 400 coups"
There is a poster for The 400 Blows in a bar and the ending on the beach is a direct reference to that film
referenced in clue and correct response in "Movie Numbers" category
In the begining of the film the main characters are riding a gravity-carusel
One character mentions this film.
referenced in clue and correct response in "Familiar Numbers" category
End scene, by the waterfronts.
Scene of Heracles on the beach
Film, Larry and Megan watched in the cinema.
The film is mentioned in Salles' segment.
During a flashback Jean-Dominique has of riding around in his convertible, the opening theme to this film plays while imitating handheld shots of Paris from its opening credits.
The director, a big fan of Francois Truffaut, modeled the film's opening credits off the opening of The 400 Blows
Cliff wants to rent this at the video store
DVD is shown ("The 400 Blows").
recreates the final scene in a modern American suburb
Lies about the death of his mother
as an homage to the French Nouveau movement.
Mentioned by David Stratton in an interview with Claude and Nathan Miller when he discusses the cliché of using a freeze frame at the end of the film.
Freeze frame ending similar
Close up of Nancy in which the image suddenly freezes and zooms in when she looks right into the camera.
Ignatiy says that "Submarine" was influenced by the film
Mentioned in a dialogue
Appears on the list of Blu-ray releases of September/October
Same ending. Zooms in on frozen frame of boy's face.
Score from "The 400 Blows" is used in the film.
Dustin Lance Black mentioned the movie
Mike mentions seeing this film
Poster seen in Greg's bedroom
Video cover is seen.
The scene of Antoine and René smoking in the bedroom is shown in the "Antoine et Colette" segment.
The scene of Antoine and René smoking in he bedroom is shown.
Clip is shown. Roger Ebert talks about seeing it for the first time.
a clip from this film is shown
A clip from "The 400 Blows" is shown.
the final scene can be seen on a small screen in a brief shot
During cinema montage, shows Antoine Doinel and his friend on the street
Dialogue from the film is heard when Frances and Benji watch it on TV
Footage is shown during "Cause It's French."
Clips from the film are used, music from the film is used, and a poster is seen.
Monk zips his coat up to his nose to avoid the bacteria that coughed up by the kids.
The end of Nelson's movie, with the camera zooming in on his face as he walks along the seaside, directly parodies the ending of this film.
One of Earl and Greg's movies ("The 400 Bros")