Day for Night

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“Shooting a movie is like a stagecoach trip. At first you hope for a nice ride. Then you just hope to reach your destination.”
Ferrand (Francois Truffaut)

Day for Night, known originally in French as La nuit américaine, is a film of French New Wave director François Truffaut, dealing with the trials and tribulations of making a film named Meet Pamela, about a woman who has an affair with his father-in-law. However, every possible complication manages to appear, putting the film in jeopardy.

For the filming technique, see Hollywood Darkness.

Tropes used in Day for Night include: