- Mr. Hulot's Holiday review by CP Customer
Jacques Tati has a child-like innocence in his approach to film making. Although this film was made in 1953, it still retains its powerful charm. There is very little dialogue; instead the focus is on farcical situations as his holiday progresses.
The title theme music pulls the feel-good scenes together, and leaves you nostalgically longing for something you had never missed before then. His 'mon oncle' follow up is more polished, coming some 8 years later (and with more dialogue/in colour). This film will make you laugh.
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