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Jour de Fete

Jour de Fete(1949)

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  • Watching both versions is a must!

    • Cary Moy
    • 1/2/13

    As a HUGE Jacques Tati fan, I obviously consider this one of my favorite movies of all time. I highly recommend to all who watch this to read about its production history, especially the fact that Tati had filmed it in both black & white AND Thomson-Color. The version that is usually shown is the former with a few hand-colored aspects sprinkled throughout it. Tati would also inject color into a b&w film with Les Vacances de M. Hulot, which ended with a red French postage stamp magically appearing on screen. Despite its exceedingly rare showings, the Thomson-Color version is definitely a must-watch; I was extremely fortunate to have seen it during the late-1990s.Also note that the movie basically begins and ends with a truck carrying parts of a carousel being followed by a joyful running/skipping little boy.

  • Great Movie!!

    • Bryan Stevens
    • 10/10/08

    I have a fairly strict rule about not watching a movie that I have to read subtitles through the entire show, but this is on exception that I highly recommend! Even though it is in black and white, there are select features that are colorized that gives the movie a subtle extra bit of intrigue along with the very funny antics of the postman. I highly recommend this to any classic movie fan and promise you will be glad you gave it a chance.

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