1972 Japanese B2 20x28" (51x72cm)
Grade: Near Mint
English title: Deliverance
Poster title: 脱出
Poster Year: 1972
Poster Origin: Japanese
Size: B2 20x28" (51x72cm)
Film title: Deliverance
Film Year: 1972
Film Origin: USA
Film Directors: John Boorman
Film Plot: Intent on seeing the Cahulawassee River before it's turned into one huge lake, outdoor fanatic Lewis Medlock takes his friends on a river-rafting trip they'll never forget into the dangerous American back-country.
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While not a traditional horror film, Deliverance is so shocking, terrifying and at times downright repulsive that it really doesn’t fit in any other genre. Based on a book by famous southern author James Dickey, Deliverance is a slowburn of a film that started innocently enough — 4 college buddies from Atlanta go into the remote backwoods of northern Georgia for a whitewater raft trip — but quickly descends into rape, murder, and worse. Definitely not for the squeamish, but if you can stomach it you’ll be richly rewarded by a film that won 3 oscars!
This Japanese poster includes design elements from several other countries including portraits of John Voight and Burt Reynolds, the white water scene, and a shotgun held by disembodied arms lurking in the depths — literally the menace just below the surface of their seemingly idyllic lives!