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A Frenchman of Russian origins Jacues Tati worked as a picture framer and a music hall mime before being drawn into the world of the French cinema and making the films that rank him with the most popular comedy actordirectors in any country He brought to his filmsJour de Fte Monsieur H. excellent Geschichten aus Latexia excellent

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Plete collaboration of Tati's daughter and the freedom to examine hitherto inaccessible archives including film footage videos taped interviews and early drafts of shooting scripts What emerges is the picture of a man at once dedicated impassioned and shy an artist than a man of busine. Great read Cenote examine hitherto inaccessible archives including film footage videos taped interviews and Sottomissione early drafts of shooting scripts What

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Ulot's Holidays Mon Oncle Playtime and othersa healthy openness to new technology in movie making and a rigorous precision the hallmark of many great clowns in the execution of each scene In this the first complete authoritative biography of the French icon David Bellos has had the com. David Bellos s biographystudy of Jacues Tati is worth a read especially since there is no other significant biography of this comic genius or study of his work Unfortunately Bellos s study is seriously flawed on account of his lack of knowledge of the variety and circus scene in Paris during Tati s times Circus and variety music hall took a major place in Tati s interests and therefore informed considerably his work Tati was a circus buff Paris had two resident circuses during most of Tati s life the Cirue d Hiver and the Cirue Medrano which renewed their programs every month Circus enthusiasts and there were many in Paris then use to go and see every new show as a movie buff would go and see every new film He certainly did the same with variety shows the main venues during his times had been the Olympia Bobino the Alhambra the ABC and there were also minor venues such as Pacra BaTaClan and others so he had a vast choiceEnrico Sprocani Rhum with whom Tati wrote his first shorts was not just a clown he was a true circus star a very creative and prolific auguste with a sense of humor close to Tati s Knowing about Rhum informs our understanding of Tati s approach to comedy The Veterans whom Tati filmed at length in Parade were a very popular comedy acrobatic act of the time with whom Tati was very familiar as was everybody interested in the circus His obsessive recording of their act was probably due to its richness of details details he was well aware of he probably wanted his audience to see the act as he saw it this of course doesn t eliminate Tati s mix of insecurity and perfectionism Fran ois Bronett the Swedish circus specialist who signed the circus acts for Parade was a little than just that he was the owner of Sweden s premier circus Circus Scott and himself the son and nephew of a trio of clowns the Bronetts who were Northern Europe s euivalent of the Fratellinis Tati knew who Bronett was as he was familiar with the acts Bronett hired for the Parade Bronett acted mainly as an agent for the project Likewise the acrobat who played an audience member trying to ride Karl Kossmayer s mule was Karl Kossmayer His act as recorded on film is exactly the same act he performed regularly in circuses all over Europe Reading Mr Bellos one has the impression that Tati staged this act for Parade and brought his own vision of comedy into it this is not the case Yet Tati had a strong affinity for the kind of comedy such circus artists as Kossmayer or the Veterans performed and it is what he celebrated in Parade which is a documentary on an aspect of visual comedy rarely celebrated by intellectuals than a pure Tati s creation It is a kind of humor Tati himself performed with immense talent in his music hall actBellos seems also to hint that Tati performed his act in music halls as if it were something the movie director did as a gift to the public as if in reality he didn t really belong to that world On the contrary Tati was a professional physical comedian and not a mime in a field where they were many others Mr Bellos didn t know because they never had a movie career Tati certainly honed his skills in front of his fellow rugbymen but he learned them watching physical comedians and clowns at the Cirue Medrano and on the music hall stages the clowns comedians and comic acrobats he saw there informed his approach to humor and one has to know these performers and their world to understand Tati sI know the circus and variety world very well both historically and practically I have met Jacues Tati and my father knew him well and was involved directly or indirectly in three of Tati s movies Sylvie et le Fant me Jour de F te and Mon Oncle Mr Bellos s Tati is not truly the man I have known since his vision of the world lay for a large part in a universe David Bellos doesn t know a fact which distorts somehow his understanding of Jacues Tati s art Zawieszenie niewiary execution of Healing Sex each scene In this the first complete authoritative biography of the French icon David Bellos has had the com. 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10 thoughts on “ Jacques Tati (Panther S)

  1. says:

    Bellos' biography of Jaqcques Tati do not only provide a detailed historical description, but brings Tati the producer and actor alive right there on the kindle. For the novice, it certainly tantalizes you to Tati's films within a few chapters, confirming the acutely sensitive understanding of the French artist. The historical contexts remained interesting. A good read for any one interested in biography, hist

  2. says:

    excellent

  3. says:

    Well researched and organized and gave me a lot of insight into the man behind the internationally famous M. Hulot. Interesting production information, but would have been happier with production details and detailed credits.

  4. says:

    David Bellos's biography/study of Jacques Tati is worth a read, especially since there is no other significant biography of this comic genius, or study of his work. Unfortunately, Bellos's study is seriously flawed, on account of his lack of knowledge of the variety and circus scene in Paris during Tati's times. Circus a

  5. says:

    Before he began to direct films, Jacques Tati had a proleptic role in Claude Autant Lara’s romantic comedy Sylvie et le Fantome, in which he moved like a dancer, was beloved friend to a dog, created a certain amount of deliberate and inadvertent havoc, and was completely silent. Much of this could be a description of h

  6. says:

    Wow! Money very well spent indeed, from the work of art that is the jacket, to the wonderfully written text, Go for it!!!

  7. says:

    Excellent insight on his life and work, offering an original perspective on both.

  8. says:

    Great read !!

  9. says:

    Great book about the French cinema legend!

  10. says:

    Very detailed and readable, an ideal primer for those who enjoy the talent of Jacques Tati and highly recommended to all.

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