Cours du Soir (Evening Classes) is a thirty-minute short film in which Jacques Tati demonstrates the art of mime to a group of enthusiastic students. Amongst skits performed are those of a tennis player and a horse rider – sketches that initially brought Tati acclaim on music hall stages in the 1930s.
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Nicolas Ribowski, assistant director on Playtime, directed this short on the set of that film in 1966.