Mon Oncle

Mon Oncle
Mon Oncle

Film Details

Year

1958

Duration

103 minutes

Genres

Comedy

Language

French (English subtitles)

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Synopsis

Jacques Tati was France's answer to Buster Keaton, or Charlie Chaplin. His films were made in the era of sound, but the sight gag still rules. In this Oscar-winning comedy, he plays the hapless Monsier Hulot, who visits his sister and is baffled by her state-of-the-art home - he soon comes to resent society's technological advances. Hulot spends time with his nephew in a bid to preserve the traditional culture he believes is slipping away...

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