Zéro de conduite
Zéro de conduite
Zéro de conduite
Zéro de conduite
Zéro de conduite
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Zéro de conduite

Jean Vigo France, 1933

So effervescent and charming that one can easily forget its importance in film history, Jean Vigo’s enormously influential portrait of prankish boarding-school students is one of cinema’s great acts of rebellion. Based on the director’s own experiences as a youth, Zéro de conduite presents childhood as a time of unfettered imagination and brazen rule-flouting. It’s a sweet-natured vision of sabotage made vivid by dynamic visual experiments—including the famous, blissful slow-motion pillow fight.

Details

  • 44 min
  • B&W
  • 1.19:1

Formats

  • Blu-ray
  • DVD
  • 35mm

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