Jour de Fête (1949)

Jacques Tati directs himself, Guy Decomble and Paul Frankeur in this French slapstick comedy where a mailman struggles to deliver his rounds when the fair comes to his village.

Gentle pastoral larks. There are some jolly sight gags and good bicycle stunts. My own highlight was the elderly lady who observes all with her goat in tow. More of her.


Perfect Double Bill: Traffic (1971)

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