This is an original Japanese poster printed in 1980s for the re-release of Paris Vu Par. This poster is the much larger and rarer B1 size!
Six short stories are told in different neighborhoods of Paris, in which appearances are deceiving and seemingly ordinary incidents become life changing. Each story is directed by a different director.
"Saint Germain-des-Pres" An American art student thinks she's found love with a handsome prince, but things are not what they appear to be.
"Gare Du Nord" In a busy, noisy neighborhood, a frustrated young wife in a failing marriage is offered her freedom by her indifferent husband, but has second thoughts after meeting an intriguing stranger.
"Rue Saint-Denis" A lonely dishwasher hires a prostitute and brings her to his dingy apartment to enliven his dreary life for a night.
"Place de l'Etoile" a fastidious shirt salesman accidentally kills a street thug during a brawl and wanders the city as he agonizes over what he should do about it.
"Montparnasse & Levallois" A Canadian woman with two working class boyfriends writes letters to them, breaking off with one of them while professing her love for the other, but fears that she mixed up the letters.
"La Muette" A boy buys earplugs to block out the shouting of his constantly quarreling parents, but his innocent act has tragic results.
This poster is in near mint condition. Please refer to the imagery as this is the exact poster that is for sale.
This poster is not a reproduction or a reprint.
A Certificate of Authenticity included.
B1 Size (707 x 1000mm / 27.8 x 39.4 inches)