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The Steamroller and the Violin - Original Russian Movie Poster

Absurdly rare Soviet poster for the celebrated Russian writer/director Andrey Tarkovsky's school graduation project, the short film 'Katok i Skripka,' also known as 'The Steamroller and the Violin'.

The film clearly foreshadows things to come. With a minimalist approach to dialog, Tarkovsky relies on imagery to communicate emotions and feeling. 'The Steamroller and the Violin' is a little-known but very important gem of both Russian and world cinema.

  • Original title -
    Каток и скрипка
  • Year / Country - 1962 / USSR
  • Genre - Drama
  • Director - Andrei Tarkovsky
  • Starring -
    Marina Adzhubei, Natalya Arkhangelskaya, Vladimir Zamanskiy, Igor Fomchenko
  • Poster title - Каток и скрипка
  • Dimensions- 32" x 22"
  • Condition -
    Very good. Backed on linen.

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