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The Dog's Night Song - Hungarian Movie Poster

Excellent composition for Gábor Bódy's haunting, weird masterpiece. An enigmatic experimental / underground cult classic with strange plot and bizarre atmosphere. The best Hungarian avant-garde film with concert scenes of some of the best Hungarian underground / punk bands of the early '80s - and with a haunting soundtrack by A. E. Bizottság.

  • Original title -
    Kutya éji dala
  • Year / Country - 1983 / Hungary
  • Genre - Music, Drama
  • Director - Gábor Bódy
  • Starring -
    Gábor Bódy, Marietta Méhes, Attila Grandpierre, Gabriella Seres, Béla Tarr, Tamás Cseh, János Derzsi
  • Poster title - Kutya éji dala
  • Designer - Unknown artist
  • Dimensions- 32" x 22"
  • Condition -
    Near mint. Folded, no tape marks, no pin holes, sharp edges.

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