1967 French 1-panel 47x63" (120x160cm)

Artist: Ferracci, René (1927-1982)

Grade: Very Fine



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Poster title: Playtime

Artist: Ferracci, René (1927-1982)

Poster Year: 1967

Poster Origin: French

Size: 1-panel  47x63"  (120x160cm)

Film title: Playtime

Film Year: 1967

Film Origin: France | Italy

Film Directors: Jacques Tati

Film Actors: Jacques TatiBarbara DennekRita MaidenFrance Rumilly

Film Genres: Comedy

Film Plot: Monsieur Hulot curiously wanders around a high-tech Paris, paralleling a trip with a group of American tourists. Meanwhile, a nightclub/restaurant prepares its opening night, but it's still under construction.

Categories: Bold ColorsCultFilmLarge Posters

Keywords: 1960sabstractbluemodernistred

Grade: C8  Very Fine. Folded, single-sided. Unused poster with very minimal handling/edge/fold wear, slight cross fold separation.

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Price: $325

Playtime was Jacques Tati’s opus and a visual masterpiece that is simply like nothing else put on celluloid. It was filmed in 70mm, had little to no plot or dialog, and only used medium and wide-shots — allowing viewers to get lost in the details of the world Tati created. Playtime had one of the largest sets ever constructed (filled with amazing post-war modern architecture) and was the most expensive French film ever created at the time. While now widely regarded as a comedic gem and his most daring film, it was a commercial failure and a turning point Tati’s career that he never quite recovered from.

This country-of-origin French poster boasts one of the great modernist film poster designs — influenced by modern artists like Joan Miró and other mid-century designs he both celebrates and lampoons in the film. It would make wonderful, minimalist statement in any room.


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