Tati vs. Bresson
An Exploration of Filmmakers Jacques Tati & Robert Bresson

Tati vs. Bresson - An Exploration of Filmmakers Jacques Tati & Robert Bresson
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AleXander

Misleading title and concepts ping-ponging all over the place and leading to no concrete exposition. Wouldn't watch anything else by this filmmaker!

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Geoffrey

That would be rash and a mistake. Try his biopic [From the Journals of Jean Seberg]. If after that you aren't interested, then so be it.

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AleXander

Thanks much for the recommendation. I also went and read the very positive reviews by Roger Ebert et al, but without much interest in Seberg, and the list of films I want to see encyclopedic (and, alas, life short) I fear Mr Rappaport blew his chance with me with the godawful Tati vs ...Read more

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