In 1968, France's Jacques Tati had become an international film sensation in large part to his famous character Monsiour Hulot, a bumbling Parisian whose escapades had made the world laugh. Wanting to branch out along with expressing a serious concern of the modernization of Paris, Tati spent several years and millions of dollars to make his most expensive film yet. While the initial response was failure, it has grown to become one of Tati's most beloved films. But does the film deserve that praise or should it be lost the clutter of cubicles and office furniture? MovieDude Eric, Kent & Lobster find out.

 

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