PlayTime

(1967)

Overview

Clumsy Monsieur Hulot finds himself perplexed by the intimidating complexity of a gadget-filled Paris. He attempts to meet with a business contact but soon becomes lost. His roundabout journey parallels that of an American tourist, and as they weave through the inventive urban environment, they intermittently meet, developing an interest in one another. They eventually get together at a chaotic restaurant, along with several other quirky characters.

  1. Jacques Tati

    Director, Screenplay

  2. Art Buchwald

    Screenplay

  3. Jacques Lagrange

    Screenplay

Top Billed Cast

  1. Jacques Tati

    Jacques Tati

    Monsieur Hulot

  2. Barbara Dennek

    Young Tourist

  3. Rita Maiden

    Mr. Schultz's Companion

  4. France Rumilly

    Woman Selling Eyeglasses

  5. France Delahalle

    Shopper in Department Store

Full Cast & Crew

PlayTime
PlayTime

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Status Released

Release Information

  • June 27, 1973
    Theatrical

    Meaning

Original Language French

Runtime 1h 55m

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