Between October 1964 and October 1967 the film director Jacques Tati shot the movie "PlayTime" who will be projected on French screens in December 16 1967. The main character the funny guy Mister Hulot fights against rules and must meet someone important inside a modern building among a futurist Paris. Arriving on place he quickly loses his way in a maze of offices. "PlayTime" deals with an economical period of time qualify as "Les trentes glorieuses" by the french economist Alfred Sauvy because during this moment the French industry has modernized itself. Bernard Heurtier working as accountant decides to build his own artistic agency for making aerial, decorative and advertising pictures because he loves planes and photographing. Important insurance companies, big factories and public services ask him to send photographers belonging to his agency known as "Heurtier photographers" for immortalizing the rising of their business. This professionals follow any artistic purpose they just do speed, precise and harsh work helping our knowledge about the rising of industry between the end of the 1960's and the beginning of the 1970's in France. The office universe shot by Heurtier is useful. It owns any fancy except some flowers who seem making with using rubber. All the employees wear strict wardrobes and obey to the orders of their chiefs without any autonomy. They all move inside large spaces punctuated only by the noise of typewriters. The Heurtier agency has follow the rising and also the falling of the industry and ends all his activities with the retiring of his founder Bernard Heurtier in 1987.