About the film
paris, france city portrait factory worker parent child relationship new building brother-in-law modernity suburb housekeeper
Release Date: May 10, 1958
|Slogan||:||«Mr Hulot takes a precious, playful ... and purely premeditated look at modern times ...»|
|Production Companies||:||Gaumont Distribution, Specta Films, Gray Film, Alter Films, Film del Centauro, Cady|
|Producers||:||Jacques Tati, Louis Dolivet, Alain Térouanne, Fred Orain, Bernard Maurice, Juliette Wuidart, René Silvera, Raymond Dechanseau|
|Writers||:||Jacques Tati, Jacques Lagrange, Jean L'Hôte|
Genial, bumbling Monsieur Hulot loves his top-floor apartment in a grimy corner of the city, and cannot fathom why his sister's family has moved to the suburbs. Their house is an ultra-modern nightmare, which Hulot only visits for the sake of stealing away his rambunctious young nephew. Hulot's sister, however, wants to win him over to her new way of life, and conspires to set him up with a wife and job.