Mon Oncle - Mi Tio - Jacques Tati
Gary Cole, Patricia Clarkson, David Suchet, Marc Warren, Dan Stevens, Sophia Myles, Richard Roxburgh, Ian Hart, Richard E. Grant, Matt Day, John Nettles Anthony Quinn
(as of 8/3/2016 4:31 AM EST - details
Aspect Ratio: 1.33:1
Number of discs: 1
Rated: Unrated (Not Rated)
1958El senor Hulot (Jacques Tati) no tiene trabajo y se ocupa de llevar a su sobrino Gerard (Alain Becourt) a la escuela y llevarlo despues a la moderna casa de su hermana (Adrienne Servantie). Su marido, el senor Arpel (Jean-Pierre Zola), no ve bien la relacion que hay entre su hijo y su cunado por lo que intenta darle trabajo en la empresa de fabricacion de tubos de plastico en la que trabaja. Formato Pantalla: 1,33:1 (4/3) - Duracion: 115 min. aprox.Audio: Castellano, Frances - Subtitulos en CastellanoApta para Todos.
The Jacques Tati Collection: Parade, Playtime, Jour De Fete, Mr. Hulot's Holiday, Mon Oncle [Uk Import, Region 2 Pal]
NON-U.S.A. FORMAT: PAL + Region 2 + U.K. Import,Jacques Tati,Guy Decomble,Paul Frankeur,Nathalie Pascaud
***** NON-U.S.A. FORMAT: PAL + Region 2 + U.K. Import *****
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[NON-U.S. FORMAT (PAL) Region 2 U.K. Import - This will not play on standard U.S./Canada DVD players or those from most other countries outside of Europe. You would need a "multi-region" or "region-free" PAL compatible DVD player or computer.] SYNOPSIS: Product Description. Jacques Tati is considered by many to have been one of the 20th Century's greatest filmmakers. His ability to captivate audiences with a humour that is almost entirely visual is simply a joy to behold. Packaged here together for the first time, with a host of extra features, are five of Jacques Tati's most cherished films. Jour de fete (1949) A hilarious expose of the modern obsession of with speed and efficiency, Jacques Tati's award winning feature debut is a dazzling blend of satire and slapstick. Les Vacances de M. Hulot (1953) The film that brought Jacques Tati international acclaim also launched his on-screen alter ego: the courteous, well-meaning eternally accident-prone Monsieur Hulot. Mon Oncle (1958) Jacques Tati's third feature is a satirical assault on the twin targets of efficiency and the modern world. Winner of the Oscar for Best Foreign Language Film and a Special Prize at Cannes. Playtime (1967) Regarded by many as Jacques Tati's masterpiece, Playtime is a surreal comic vision of mankind's battle against the overwhelming depersonalisation of modern life. Parade (1974) Tati's last film sees his return to the boisterous music hall world in which he began his career as a mime artist in the 1930s. The perfect stage for Tati's comic genius. Extras across the five discs include: Interview with filmmaker Richard Lester on Tati: Playtime feature commentary by film historian Philip Kemp: Short Documentary Au-dela de Playtime: Continuity supervisor Sylvette Baudrot on Tati and Playtime: Director biography and short film about Tati: Interview with Tati, filmed in London (1977,19 min) : Original Tati trailers : Booklets containing commissioned sleeve notes, essays and biographies.