Size: 26.25 x 37 inches
I always research the new posters that come into the gallery. That's how I found this review of Fucha, a small Polish film.
"If you aren't Polish don't bother yourself to watch this movie. More, it could be hard to watch also for Polish. In this film there are a lot of symbols of tough soviet-communism time in polish history. So if you want to understand this movie, you have to understand a little pictures which meaning are great. But the plot of movie concerns also on 19th century history. You have to feel atmosphere of these years. Another difficulty of this movie is that, it is diploma film of Theatre Academy graduate student. So in this movie there are some misfits in art of "cinema". In spite of it, a lot of good polish actors plays in this movie. I think, you have to want to watch this movie. It isn't entertaining show. But I like it very much :)"
A haunting poster by noted Polish poster artist Andrzej Pagowski for an independent Polish film called Fucha, produced in 1984. This version comes in a vibrant pink that brings new life to the original drawing.
Poster is in overall excellent condition, but there are some creases on the right side. Unlined. From a private collection.