History Creator / JacquesTati

10th Mar '18 11:10:26 PM Breakermorrant
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* ''Film/Playtime'' (1967): Which not only dispenses with meaningful dialogue, but also with lead actors (although Hulot does pop up intermittently).

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* ''Film/Playtime'' ''Film/{{Playtime}}'' (1967): Which not only dispenses with meaningful dialogue, but also with lead actors (although Hulot does pop up intermittently).
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* ''Playtime'' (1967): Which not only dispenses with meaningful dialogue, but also with lead actors (although Hulot does pop up intermittently).

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* ''Playtime'' ''Film/Playtime'' (1967): Which not only dispenses with meaningful dialogue, but also with lead actors (although Hulot does pop up intermittently).


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17th Feb '18 7:10:45 PM MackWylde
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! Tropes Associated With Tati's Work.
17th Feb '18 7:09:15 PM MackWylde
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*CreatorThumbprint: His iconic character ''Mr. Hulot'' is a character he has played for four of his 6 movies he has directed.
* NiceGuy: Tati was a pretty decent person in real life. His character ''Mr. Hulot'' is also good-natured and lovable.
*SignatureStyle: His movies are comedies barely have any dialogue. They are usually satires of modern culture but also show audiences a way of laughing and smiling at the world.
*SlidingScaleOfIdealismVsCynicism: His films are feel-good movies and are more on the idealistic end of the scale.
10th Oct '17 4:40:02 PM NWolfman
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Tati's comedies are known for their attacks on materialism and for having barely any dialogue. Many of them feature a character named Monsieur Hulot, played by Tati, who is in many ways the French equivalent of Creator/CharlieChaplin's famous Tramp.

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Tati's comedies are known for their attacks on materialism and for having barely any dialogue. Many of them feature a character named Monsieur Hulot, played by Tati, who is in many ways the French equivalent of Creator/CharlieChaplin's famous Tramp.
Tramp (or, alternatively, a proto-Series/MrBean).
22nd Aug '17 10:27:27 AM Mdumas43073
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Jacques Tatischeff (19071982), Tati for short, was a comedic actor and filmmaker born in Yveslines, France.

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Jacques Tatischeff (19071982), Tati for short, was a comedic actor comedian and filmmaker born in Yveslines, France.
22nd Aug '17 10:27:12 AM Mdumas43073
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Jacques Tatischeff (19071982), Tati for short, was a comedy filmmaker born in Yveslines, France.

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Jacques Tatischeff (19071982), Tati for short, was a comedy comedic actor and filmmaker born in Yveslines, France.
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These are his major works:

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These !!These are his major works:
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Jacques Tatischeff (Tati for short) was a comedy filmmaker born in Yveslines, France in 1907. He worked as a professional rugby player and a music hall performer before getting involved in French cinema. His movie career spanned from the late 1930s to the late 1970s, although as a director he only made six feature films, beating Creator/StanleyKubrick (but not Creator/CharlesLaughton) as one of the least prolific filmmakers still held in high regard.

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Jacques Tatischeff (Tati (19071982), Tati for short) short, was a comedy filmmaker born in Yveslines, France in 1907. France.

He worked as a professional rugby player and a music hall performer before getting involved in French cinema. His movie career spanned from the late 1930s to the late 1970s, although as a director he only made six feature films, beating Creator/StanleyKubrick (but not Creator/CharlesLaughton) as one of the least prolific filmmakers still held in high regard.


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12th Oct '16 5:30:08 PM NWolfman
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* ''WesternAnimation/TheIllusionist'' (2010): An animated film made 25 years after Tati's death, based on one of his scripts, by a Canadian filmmaker named SylvainChomet. It is notable for its autobiographical elements concerning Tati and his daughter.

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* ''WesternAnimation/TheIllusionist'' (2010): An animated film made 25 years after Tati's death, based on one of his scripts, by a Canadian filmmaker named SylvainChomet.fellow Frenchman Creator/SylvainChomet. It is notable for its autobiographical elements concerning Tati and his daughter.
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