‘Babylangues fait son cinéma': Babylangues hosts an evening of French cinema
The Babylangues Cinema Evening returns this month with a modern French film. This is a wonderful opportunity to embrace French culture of which cinema plays a big part!
Come and join us for this free event.
Drinks and snacks are on Babylangues!
‘playtime’ – jacques tati
A visually astounding film, Jacques Tati’s 1967 comedy is a remarkable piece of French cinema. Marvelling at the hilarious complexity of modern life, never before had a film set been used in such a ground-breaking way. In many ways the film is a love letter to Paris, but Tati also portrays the everyday man’s struggle with technology amidst the hectic buzz of life in the city. Chaos reigns throughout this film and whilst the first half is full of gags and humour, there is a deeper message to be found beneath the surface.
Thursday 15th June at 8pm
Babylangues Office, 68 Boulevard de Sébastopol, 75003, Paris
M° Etienne Marcel (line 4)
M° Réaumur-Sébastopol (lines 3 and 4)
M° Châtelet (lines 1, 4, 7, 11 and 14)
M° Arts-et-Métiers (lines 3 and 11)