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Hungarian Rhapsody - 1/2 Sheet Hungarian Movie Poster

Amazing composition by the designer duo Révész & Wigner for Miklos Jancso's abstract panorama of the early 20th century Hungarian history where we see the events as a theater of allusive gestures - and the human beings as symbolic codas.

  • Original title -
    Magyar rapszódia
  • Year / Country - 1979 / Hungary
  • Genre - Drama
  • Director - Miklós Jancsó
  • Starring -
    István Bujtor, Anikó Sáfár, Udo Kier, József Madaras, Gábor Koncz, György Cserhalmi
  • Poster title - Magyar rapszódia
  • Designer - Révész - Wigner
  • Dimensions- More than one size avaiable:
  • Condition -
    Near mint. Unfolded, no tape marks, no pin holes, sharp edges. Light creases on the top half of the poster.

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