Tati Mattu, a person who excels at football and calls himself Tati. Generally native to Chatham
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Category: Disambiguation Tachi forged by Bishu Osafune Sukesada, 12th year of the EishÃ´ era, a day in February (1515, Muromachi). ... The Tat language is an Indo-Iranian language spoken by the Tat ethnic group. ... The Tati Concessions Land was the name of the concession, granted in 1872 to Sir John Swinburne (b. ... Jacques Tati (October 9, 1908 â November 5, 1982) was a French filmmaker. ... Image File history File links Disambig_gray. ...
Playtime (1967), shot in 70mm, was Tati's most daring and most expensive work of his career; it took him nine years to complete and he was forced to borrow heavily from his own resources to complete the picture.
Tati's last completed film, Parade, a film produced for Swedish television, is a simple story of two children who visit a small circus.
Tati was the subject of a Frank Black song called "The Jacques Tati".
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