- Original title
- Running time
- 96 min.
Jacques Tati, Jacques Lagrange
Eduard van der Enden, Marcel Weiss
Co-production France-Italy; Les Films Corona / Selenia Cinematografica / Les Films Gibé
Comedy | Road Movie. Satire. Sequel
- Synopsis / Plot
- The legendary French comedian Jacques Tati returns as his most famous character, the bumbling M. Hulot, in this gentle but pointed satire of 20th Century car culture. In Trafic, Hulot is working as a designer for a major French automotive firm and is struggling to finish his latest project in time for an international auto show in Amsterdam -- a compact recreational vehicle that features everything from an electric razor and a collapsible couch to a built-in barbecue grill. While the car is completed shortly before the show opens, it doesn't run just yet, so Hulot and his mechanic (Tony Knepper) load the car into a truck and with an American public relations officer (Maria Kimberly) in tow, they hit the road for Holland.
: National Board of Review: Top Foreign Films
: BAFTA Awards: Nominated for Best Music
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