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The Films of Jacues Tati Picas Series 40

K at the techniues and cinematic vision of this important but often overlooked French director exposes the man behind this remarkable character This replaces 09207177. for my thesis and for pleasure i thus far love the way this is written complements tati s aesthetic uick read

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S nor to put his entire being into each role From Jour de fĂȘte to Parade Tati unfailingly drew filmgoers into an intoxicating world uniuely his own This in depth loo. Jacues Tatischeff had a number of good labels attached to his name it was not difficult for him to be an artist Little effort was needed for him to sign his name as an artist does All he had to do was place the letter r between the a and t of his surnameGROAN

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Jacues Tati's Monsieur Hulot has now entered the world of such comic screen legends as Buster Keaton and Charlie Chaplin As an artist Tati was not afraid to take risk. This is a very charming elegant small book by Michel Chion about the huge talent Jacues Tati Chion is a filmmaker never seen his work who also wrote various books on Kubrick and David Lynch Tati belongs in that grouping of visionary filmmakers Criterion has put out most of his films on DVD and all of fantastic But really recommend the 70mm print of Playtime in a movie theater of course Tati s work is incredibly visual and in many ways he reminds me of Buster Keaton Forgetting the actual time frame and of course gender but Tati is like the son of Jean Luc Godard and Buster Keaton Or wait is it big brother to Godard and step son of Keaton Whatever


9 thoughts on “The Films of Jacues Tati Picas Series 40

  1. says:

    This is a very charming elegant small book by Michel Chion about the huge talent Jacues Tati Chion is a filmmaker never seen his work who also wrote various books on Kubrick and David Lynch Tati belongs in that grouping of visionary filmmakers Criterion has put out most of his films on DVD and all of fantastic But really recommend the 70mm print of Playtime in a movie theater of course Tati's work is incredibl

  2. says:

    For the hardcore only interesting thoughts though as an essay by a French writer for Cahiers du Cinema it reads like well an essay by a French w

  3. says:

    A great companion to Tati's films explores his stylistic uniueness tracks his evolution decodes or at least rev

  4. says:

    Chion likes to wander around a bit but if you can handle that and its anecdotal like structure you get some interesting musings and tidbits from a great film critic If you're looking for an overarching argument you'll be disappointed

  5. says:

    Jacues Tatischeff had a number of good labels attached to his name; it was not difficult for him to be an artist Little effort was needed for him to sign his name as an artist does All he had to do was place the letter r between the a and t of his surnameGROAN

  6. says:

    If you've seen all 6 films watched the Criterion extra features read the excellent biography by Bellos and you're still hungry for Tati then this little book is an enjoyable little adventure

  7. says:

    for my thesis and for pleasure i thus far love the way this is written complements tati's aesthetic uick read

  8. says:

    You'd think that a serious French critic who writes for the Cahiers would be able to do a little better than this imagistic twaddle

  9. says:

    This features a lot of useful informationobservations about Tati's films but at the same time it goes on too many

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