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Take Aim - 1 Sheet Hungarian Movie Poster

Fascinating monochromatic composition by the great Katalin Renyi. The film depicts the nuclear arms race that took place between WW II and the beginning of the Cold War. The text in the poster reads: In the role of Robert Oppenheimer: Sergey Yurskiy. In the role of Igor Vasilyevich Kurchatov (director of the Soviet nuclear bomb project): Sergey Bondarchuk

  • Original title -
    Выбор цели
  • Year / Country - 1975 / USSR
  • Genre - Drama
  • Director - Igor Talankin
  • Starring -
    Sergey Yurskiy, Alla Pokrovskaya, Nikolay Burlyaev, Irina Skobtseva, Sergey Bondarchuk
  • Poster title - A cél kiválasztása
  • Designer - Rényi Katalin
  • Dimensions- 32 x 22"

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