M. Hulot needs an objective: a job and a wife; or so it is agreed by his sister and brother in law, from their semifunctional modern suburban bunker; but perhaps it's more important that Hulot's nephew learns the value of a timely whistle and some kind of field doughnut. The second film from director/titular character Jacques Tati, noted sport pantomimist. [more inside]
Anybody want to talk about the Dec / Jan issue of Cook's Country? What did you make? How'd it turn out? Where's that damn rooster?