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Jacques Tati’s follow up to Mon Oncle was (at the time) the most expensive film in French history and sees M. Hulot in an ultra-modern Paris filled with tourists. Set against an impressive backdrop of steel and glass are Tati’s trademark visual gags as well as a multitude of running jokes.

“A peculiar, mysterious, magical film.” ★★★★★ Roger Ebert

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