"In the films with Jean-Pierre Léaud, often, if he has to do a scene with a young woman that he likes, he gets really juvenile, childlike, and very timid, and if the young woman has never acted before, then she’s intimidated and becomes a little girl. So I take each one out separately, and I’ll say to the young woman, ‘You’re the one who’s mature and strong here, so you do it well.’ I say the same thing to him, and when the two come back, we have a scene that’s completely different." — François Truffaut

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