Jaques Tati's Playtime is a film parodying the problems of imposing modernism on the human. We see Jaques as he tries to navigate his way around a futuristic glass and steel Paris.

He pokes fun at the impracticalities of this modernist future but it's the subtleties that really make it. The noises of people as they try to deal with the furniture and the clicking of steps along highly-polished marble corridors.