Zazie dans le Métro
1960 French 1-panel 47x63" (120x160cm)
Poster title: Zazie dans le Métro
Poster Year: 1960
Poster Origin: French
Film title: Zazie dans le métro
Film Year: 1960
Film Directors: Louis Malle
Film Plot: This merry farce depicts a satirical view of the French society: Ten-year-old Zazie has to stay two days with her relatives in Paris, so that her mother can spend some time with her lover. ...
Grade: C6 Fine. Folded, single-sided. Unused poster with minor handling/edge/fold wear, would grade even higher if not for an edge tear in the upper left repaired with acid-free tape on the verso and some minor acid-tanning.
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Zazie is the precocious and foul-mouthed 10-year old kid from Louis Malle’s adaptation of Raymond Queneau’s 1959 novel of the same name. Zazie dans le Métro is a visual treat with a mashup of slapstick comedy, new wave flair and Looney Toons-esque gags. Malle wanted audiences to experience the wonders of Paris from the perspective of a child, going so far as to filming from the height of child’s eyes and using wide angle lenses. And of course, Catherine Demongeot shines in the title role despite her brashness and disobedience of her character — or perhaps because of it 🙂
Country-of-origin French posters for this film are extremely rare and desirable. This larger size 1-panel is particularly scarce — it’s the first copy to surface in many years and it has never sold at a major auction.