This 1958 French comedy takes a satirical view of mid-century design and architecture. Monsieur Hulot, from the ‘old quarter’ of Paris is confused by his sister’s ultra-modern house its automated fixtures. A visual feast for the mid-century modern lover.
Co-presented by The Ian Potter Museum of Art as part of their exhibition ‘Çlement Meadmore: The art of mid-century design’. The film will be preceded by a brief introduction to Meadmore's 1950s design aesthetic as seen in the film by Curators Dean Keep and Jeromie Maver.
Deluxe: In-Cinema dining session.
Event: Special event screening, complimentary & discount tickets do not apply
CC & AD: Closed captions or audio description available for individual use for this session, captions DO NOT appear on-screen.
Session times for the new cinema week, commencing each Thursday, will be released the Tuesday afternoon prior
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