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Monsieur Hulot

Monsieur Hulot is a character created and played by French comic Jacques Tati for a series of films in the 1950s and '60s, namely Les Vacances de Monsieur Hulot (our film above), Mon Oncle (1959), Play Time (1967) and Trafic (1971).

He is recognized by his overcoat, pipe and hat, and his distinctive lurching walk. His escapades usually involved clashes with technology and the problems of living in an increasingly impersonal and gadgetized world. In Trafic, Hulot, the designer of a new camper-car, “struggles valiantly… against the perpetual roadblocks of cars, policemen, bureaucrats and just people.”

We have our very own M Hulot, please read below for more about Paul ...

About Paul

Paul

Lemon Jelli is inspired by all things French and our love of their joy de vivre ......

FrenchM Hulot -the 1950's creation of the French comedian Jaques Tati has been brought back to life by Lemon Jelli's Paul Brealey.

The moped riding character is now a regular feature at Glastonbury Festival where his excursions in the Circus Field both astound and amuse!!