"Ivan`s Childhood", Original Release Japanese Movie Poster 1962, B2 Size
"Ivan`s Childhood", Original Release Japanese Movie Poster 1962, B2 Size
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"Ivan`s Childhood", Original Release Japanese Movie Poster 1962, B2 Size

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This is an original Japanese poster printed in 1962 for the first release of Ivan`s Childhood by Andrei Tarkovsky . This poster is very rare! Alfred Hitchcock posters are one of the most collectible and sought after - this title especially!

Ivan's Childhood (Russian: Ива́ново де́тство, romanized: Ivanovo detstvo), sometimes released as My Name Is Ivan in the US, is a 1962 Soviet war drama film directed by Andrei Tarkovsky. Co-written by Mikhail Papava, Andrei Konchalovsky and an uncredited Tarkovsky, it is based on Vladimir Bogomolov's 1957 short story Ivan (Russian: Иван). The film features child actor Nikolai Burlyayev along with Valentin Zubkov, Evgeny Zharikov, Stepan Krylov, Nikolai Grinko, and Tarkovsky's wife Irma Raush.

Ivan's Childhood tells the story of orphaned boy Ivan, whose parents were killed by the invading German forces, and his experiences during World War II. Ivan's Childhood was one of several Soviet films of its period, such as The Cranes Are Flying and Ballad of a Soldier, that looked at the human cost of war and did not glorify the war experience as did films produced before the Khrushchev Thaw. In a 1962 interview, Tarkovsky stated that in making the film he wanted to "convey all [his] hatred of war", and that he chose childhood "because it is what contrasts most with war."

Ivan's Childhood was Tarkovsky's first feature film. It won him critical acclaim and made him internationally known. It won the Golden Lion at the Venice Film Festival in 1962 and the Golden Gate Award at the San Francisco International Film Festival in 1962. The film was also selected as the Soviet entry for the Best Foreign Language Film at the 36th Academy Awards, but was not accepted as a nominee. Famous filmmakers such as Ingmar Bergman, Sergei Parajanov and Krzysztof Kieślowski praised the film and cited it as an influence on their work. It received generally positive reviews from critics. (Source Wikipedia)

This poster is in a fantastic condition and is extremely beautiful. Please refer to the imagery as this is the exact poster that is for sale.

It is 58 years old!

It is not a reproduction or a reprint.

Certificate of Authenticity included.

Size B2 19.7 x 27.8 inches