This video art piece is my take of M. Hulot's tennis swing from Jacques Tati's 1953 movie M. Hulot's Holiday. With a little surprise ending.
Las vacaciones de Mr. Hulot de Jacques Tati, 1953 (b/n)Asociación cultural sin ánimo de lucro. Todos los derechos del propietario.Sinopsis: En un balneario d...
French national treasure Jacques Tati directs and stars as M. Hulot in one of the funniest films ever made.The music is from the film, composed by Alain Romans.
Tati spent a fortune fabricating a new world on-set, Hulot appears sporadically, and there’s a marvellous ‘car ballet’ to close. GOING DUTCH. Trafic (1971), Trafic, Jacques Tati. Cars as symbols of so-called progress are again firmly within Tati’s comedy crosshairs for this zany road trip.
Scatterbrained Angel: The Films of Jacques Tati. Jacques Tati has a feeling for comedy because he has a feeling for strangeness. —Jean-Luc Godard. “C omedy is the summit of logic,” Jacques Tati pronounced, a paradox that turns out to be only seeming once one experiences his singular body of work, where the slapstick and the cerebral coexist.
Monsieur Hulot's Holiday: Directed by Jacques Tati. With Jacques Tati, Nathalie Pascaud, Micheline Rolla, Valentine Camax. Monsieur Hulot comes to a beachside hotel for a vacation and accidentally, but good-naturedly, causes havoc.
Jacques Tati (French: ; born Jacques Tatischeff, pronounced ; 9 October 1907 – 5 November 1982) was a French mime, filmmaker, actor, and screenwriter. In an Entertainment Weekly poll of the Greatest Movie Directors, he was voted the 46th greatest of all time (out of 50), although he directed only six feature-length films.