Jacques Tati is the director of one of my favorite films of all time. Playtime is the story of a man who gets lost among people who are busy living. As I look at it, now about 18 years from my first viewing, it is as timeless as ever. Its humor is still intact.
Watching it is difficult because Tati's camera doesn't tell you where to look. It's a completely different kind of storytelling than we are accustomed to; something you might not notice until you start watching this movie.
This remix reminds me of how well my generation took to the international modern jet age.