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Fahrenheit 451The film tells a story about a fireman who is in charge of burning the book to prevent everybody from reading forbidden information. Suddenly, He confronts a teacher daring to read. He seems to be stuck in relationship between two women, between safety and freedom.Keywords:
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Directors of "Fahrenheit 451"François TruffautBirthdate: 6 February 1932, Paris, France
Creators of "Fahrenheit 451"François TruffautBirthdate: 6 February 1932, Paris, FranceJean-Louis RichardBirthdate: 17 May 1927, Paris, France
Critic Reviews of "Fahrenheit 451"The New RepublicAugust 30, 2012
Even at the science-fiction horror-story level, the movie fails -- partly, I think, because Truffaut is too much of an artist to exploit the vulgar possibilities in the material.Chicago ReaderJune 05, 2007
This 1966 film often looks good (it was Truffaut's first in color, photographed by Nicolas Roeg), but the ideas, such as they are, get lost in the meandering narrative.VarietyJune 05, 2007
With a serious and even terrifying theme, this excursion into science fiction has been thoughtfully directed by Francois Truffaut and there is adequate evidence of light touches to bring welcome and needed relief to a sombre and scarifying subject.Time OutJanuary 26, 2006
An underrated film, perhaps because it is less science fiction than a tale of 'once upon a time.'New York TimesMay 20, 2003
Holy smoke! What a pretentious and pedantic production he has made.QuickflixSeptember 16, 2014
Truffaut's movie clearly suffered from a troubled shoot - Truffaut didn't actually know English - so his oddball take on the material succeeds in only fits and bursts.LarsenOnFilmOctober 29, 2010
Bradbury's 1954 vision of a totalitarian society where technology is worshiped and books are burned has been neutered and consigned to camp.CinePassionOctober 26, 2009
Truffaut faces Bradbury's abstractions head on, not as science-fiction but as humanistic fairy-taleCombustible CelluloidJanuary 31, 2008
On the downside, it doesn't particularly feel like a Truffaut film, but on the upside, it's a decent entry in the sci-fi genre.TV GuideJune 05, 2007
A marvelously courageous personal statement that becomes more fascinating with time.EmanuelLevy.ComJuly 02, 2005
While not one of Truffaut's strongest film, it is nonetheless one of his few explicitly political works and also boasts sharp imagery by Roeg) and indelible score by Herrmann.Cinema em CenaApril 17, 2005
É trágico constatar que a visão de Bradbury vem tornando-se cada vez mais real: a diferença é que, em vez de queimados, os livros vêm sendo simplesmente ignorados.
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