Directed by Jacques Tati. With Tati. In this brilliant comic critique of modernity and technology, Jacques Tati’s beloved, bumbling, bumbershoot-carrying alter ego, Monsieur Hulot, adds a much-needed dose of humanity to a sterile, soulless glass and steel cityscape on the edge of Paris that he tries to navigate. (France, 1967, color, 35mm, 124 min.)
Admission $11; CMA members $8.