1950s, 3.5/4, Comedy, Jacques Tati, Review

Monsieur Hulot’s Holiday

This is a positive evolution in Jacques Tati's style. The film, much like the previous Jour du Fete, still feels like a series of skits strung together, but they have a common idea that runs through them in much stronger fashion than before. The idea is a simple modest one, but Tati manages to find… Continue reading Monsieur Hulot’s Holiday