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Films & Other Videos

Films with: Zola, Jean-Pierre

Complete Jacques Tati
Jour de fête: In this enchanting debut feature, Jacques Tati stars as a fussbudget of a postman who is thrown for a loop when a traveling fair comes to his village. Monsieur Hulot's holiday: Monsieur Hulot takes a holiday, at a seaside resort, where his presence provokes one catastrophe after another. Mon oncle: A supremely amusing satire of mechanized living and consumer society. Playtime: A nearly wordless comedy about confusion in an age of high technology. Trafic: The bumbling Monsieur Hulot, outfitted with tan raincoat, beaten brown hat, and umbrella, takes to Paris's highways and byways. Parade: The director himself serves as master of ceremonies at a circus. Focusing on the spectators, this stripped down work is a testament to the communion betwen audience and entertainment. Tati shorts: The charming short films directed by Jacques Tati.
DVD 10881
Mon oncle
A comedy in which the vague and clumsy M. Hulot, in contrast to his more wealthy sister and brother-in-law, is constantly at odds with the modern world.
DVD 2713