Mike Durrett: CONFIDENTIAL

Tati Tales

I missed the birthday (Oct. 9) of the French film-maker, writer, and comedian Jacques Tati (1907-1982). He directed only nine pictures, largely sound era silent movies of sorts, but he is considered one of the top masters in cinema circles and internationally beloved for his iconic screen character, the quirky Monsieur Hulot.

I brought some clips.



"Mon Oncle" (1958) via YouTube



"Monsieur Hulot's Holiday" (1953) via YouTube



The postman in "Jour de Fête" (1949) via YouTube


Thanks to Frank Thompson

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