More sketches from a film.
This time, the French classic "Les Vacances de Monsieur Hulot" (1953) (Mr. Hulot's Holiday)
by Jacques Tati, that brilliant filmmaker, genius and comedian.
Tati's style is mainly visual (He was originally a mime!) I've got the original French version with no subtitles, and it's incredible how I can understand (and enjoy) every minute in the movie, even I don't know any word in French language!
Great gags and a lot of visual info about composition.
And yes, it's made in "glorious" black and white (though the original master was filmed in color, it's distributed in b/w, in a tribute to silent films).