8 wins & 5 nominations.
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Faces of Paris
(TV Mini-Series) (narrative script - 1 episode, 1968) (script - 1 episode, 1968)
4 Print Biographies |
3 Interviews |
8 Articles |
1 Magazine Cover Photo |
Mr. Hulot | J. Tati | Zak Tati | Tati
6' 3" (1.91 m)
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[on his attitude towards cars] Well, first of all, they change the personality of people. Take a very nice gentleman whom you'll meet in a bar: as soon as he gets in his car, he changes absolutely; he has to be very strong not to change. Secondly, the more the engineers work for us, the less we have to do when we drive a car, . . before, people participated in the driving; they knew by the sound ...
Was a co-presenter with Barbara Rush
of the Scientific and Technical Awards at the 1958 Oscars.
Often leaves hints about the theme of his next feature film. For example, the ending of Mon Oncle
(1958) paves the way for the technology-minded Playtime
(1967), and the balletic representation of cars in Playtime
(1967) leads to Trafic
(1971). By those standards, the film that would have followed Trafic
(1971) would be about space travel or subways.