The third installment (1968) of Francois Truffaut’s autobiographical Antoine Doinel cycle, with the hero of The 400 Blows on the brink of adulthood, hard at work in a series of absurd jobs, desperate to fit into middle-class society, and hopelessly in love (with Claude Jade). One of Truffaut’s best, lyrical and resonant in a way the later films in the cycle would not be. With Jean-Pierre Leaud and Delphine Seyrig. 90 min.