Les vacances de Monsieur Hulot 1953

Critics score:
100 / 100

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Jonathan F. Richards, Film.com: Tati is heir to the great comics of the silent era, Chaplin and Keaton and Lloyd. Read more

Carrie Rickey, Philadelphia Inquirer: Though the film is in French with English subtitles, what people say matters little. Its official language is the international patois of slapstick. Read more

Roger Ebert, Chicago Sun-Times: There are some real laughs in it, but Mr. Hulot's Holiday gives us something rarer, an amused affection for human nature -- so odd, so valuable, so particular. Read more

David Fear, Time Out: Jacques Tati's bumbling stick-bug of an alter ego is considered by many to be the funniest creation to come out of Gallic cinema. Read more

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