• November 21, 2010
    By Peter Keough

    Based on two Henry James novellas, François Truffaut's The Green Room (1978) isn't considered one of his greats, but it's still a charming and affecting parable of grief and loss, and it hardly ever gets shown. Truffaut himself plays a WWI vet and widower who retreats to the title room, where he amuses himself with his wife's possessions and pictures of battlefield casualties - until Nathalie Baye enters his life.

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