François Truffaut – Fahrenheit 451 [+commentary] (1966)

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In a futuristic town, Guy Montag (played by Oskar Werner) works as a fireman but with an ironic twist: his job is to create bonfires of books, which have been banned. Montag is content with his life until several encounters lead him to hide books himself and, eventually, become a fugitive from the state. These encounters include meeting a young, attractive freethinker, Clarisse (Julie Christie), who tells him about a past when firemen were actually charged with putting out fires instead of starting them; the suicide of a woman who opts to die with her beloved books; and the increasing disinterestedness and emotional emptiness of his wife (also played by Christie), who is devoid of ideas and prefers drugs and government-controlled television to human interaction.






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