Size: 24 x 33.25 inches
Notes: Poster, unlined
About the poster: This poster is the Danish advertisement for a French movie released in 1960 directed by Philippe de Borca and starring Jean-Pierre Cassel as Victor, Geneviève Cluny as Suzanne, and Jean-Louis Maury as François. Pariser-Roser's original title is Les Jeux de l'amour or The Love Game in English. Philippe de Broca (1933-2004) had a very successful career. A cinephile from an early age, he studied film making at the Ecole technique de photographie et de cinematographie (ETPC) and served as an apprentice and assistant to many famous directors, such as Henri Decoin. He was awarded the French Legion of Honour for his contribution to French culture.
Here's the movie's summary: "Victor takes life lightly. Jolly and offhand, he has been a very pleasant companion to Suzanne for two years now. But the young antique dealer is not satisfied with Victor's lightness any longer. She wants more. To marry him and to have a child from him for example. But the superficial young man would rather things went on unchanged. He had better beware though: François, their serious-minded neighbor, is also in love with Susan and seeing Victor shying of his responsibilities, he takes advantage of it to propose to her..." (Written by Guy Bellinger for IMDB)