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8 thoughts on “ Mon Oncle

  1. Jan 06,  · MON ONCLE, a popular favorite, and beautifully restored here in saturated colors, is a comedy that comments on the threatened loss of the enjoyment of the simple things in life due to the demands of the modern world. Or at least those demands that have been self-inflicted. It is just as prescient today as the it must have been in , maybe more so/5().
  2. MON ONCLE () 60th Anniversary Screenings Wednesday, October 17, at 7 PM Royal, Town Center, and Playhouse Laemmle Theatres and the Anniversary Classics Series present the latest installment in our popular Anniversary Classics Abroad program, 60th anniversary screenings of the Oscar winner for Best Foreign Language Film of , Jacques Tati’s Mon Oncle.
  3. Mon Oncle is regarded as one of his finest works, winning an Academy Award for Best Foreign Language Film as well as winning a Special Prize at Cannes Film Festival. I’ve never even seen a clip from a Tati film before, so I was going in with an open mind and promising expectations.4/5(K).
  4. Oct 19,  · Mon Oncle, Girona: See unbiased reviews of Mon Oncle, rated 4 of 5 on Tripadvisor and ranked #70 of restaurants in Girona.4/5().
  5. Released November 3rd, , 'Mon Oncle' stars Jacques Tati, Jean-Pierre Zola, Alain Bécourt, Lucien Fregis The movie has a runtime of about 1 hr 58 min, and received a score of (out of ) on.
  6. "Mon Oncle" introduces us casually to a large cast of local characters, including a street-sweeper who is perpetually in conversation and always means to use his broom but never does, and a produce vendor whose scale is off because a flat tire causes his truck to tilt.
  7. Still the film is called Mon oncle, and the loving, joshing, easygoing relationship between the boy and his untamable, rumpled uncle lies at the movie’s beautiful, radiant center. In the ongoing counterpoint between the uncle’ s sunlit, disorganized way of life and the Arpels’ existence under the bright fluorescences, there is no question.
  8. MON ONCLE D'AMERIQUE is a film in which everything has meaning. Every action, every word, each gesture, color, and feeling plays into the explanations of the psychiatrist. Thus, as the narrator explains the story, the same scenes roll several times, adding a touch of good-natured comedy to this sophisticated film. 5/5(1).

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