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Mon Oncle [French] [DVD] [1958]
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Synopsis

Mon Oncle
Five years after his first appearance, Jacques Tati's M. Hulot returns with Mon Oncle, a film set along the dividing line between Paris' past and its future. Aligned (as is the film) with the former, Hulot lives in a colorful, overpopulated Parisian neighborhood and, lacking employment, spends his days waiting to pick up his adoring nephew from school, and subsequently escorting him to his parents' ultra-modern house. Filled with gadgets, some turned on only to impress the neighbors, the house seems designed specifically to frustrate Hulot, who unwittingly disrupts its operations at every opportunity. Concerned about his future, Hulot's relatives attempt to find him gainful employment and pair him off with a neighbor, with little success on either front. The nearly dialogue-free film is less concerned with the family's attempts as they relate to an overall plot, and more interested in how they play into its overall scheme of contrasts and allow for Tati's unmistakable sight-and-sound gag set pieces. ~ Keith Phipps, Rovi

Cast & Crew

  • Jacques Tati
    Jacques Tati - Monsieur Hulot
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    Jean-Pierre Zola - Monsieur Arpel
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    Alain Becourt - Gerald Arpel
  • Adrienne Servantie
    Adrienne Servantie - Mme. Arpel
  • Betty Schneider
    Betty Schneider - Betty, Landlord's Daughter
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