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    Hiroshima, mon amour (CWF, 1959). Polish One Sheet (22.75" X 33").
    One of the most important films to come out of the French "Nouvelle Vague" movement, this is director Alain Resnais' complex examination of the importance of reconciling and coming to terms with the events of one's past, however horrible. The story, about an impromptu affair between a French woman (Emmanuelle Riva) trying to forget her experiences in Occupied France, and a Japanese man (Eiji Okada), coping with his memories of the atomic bomb explosion at Hiroshima and its horrifying after effects, is told through a series of flashback vignettes intercut with present day narrative. Although the picture received mixed reviews upon its initial release, it has since come to be recognized as one of the most important films of the Post-War period. This striking poster, with art by Stanislaw Zagorski, is in superb condition, and will make a wonderful addition to any collection. Near Mint.


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    November, 2009
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