Playtime

Playtime
Playtime

Film Details

Year

1967

Duration

114 minutes

Genres

Comedy

Language

French (English subtitles)

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Synopsis

Monsieur Hulot - often described as the inspiration for Rowan Atkinson's bumbling Mr Bean - was Jacques Tati's largely silent comical creation who often satirised the rise of post-World War Two technology in France. Here, Tati constructed a vast glass-and-steel set of an ultramodern Paris where our hero and a group of American tourists get lost in a maze of futuristic wizardry - but it's Hulot's all-too-human quirkiness that gets him out of numerous scrapes. Wildly ambitious, Play Time has been seen as Tati's masterpiece.

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