"14 Days" (Russian: "14 DNI" in Czech) is a 1975 Soviet film directed by Georgiy Daneliya. Daneliya was a prominent Soviet filmmaker known for his contributions to the Soviet New Wave cinema movement. His directorial style often combined elements of satire, humor, and social commentary, and "14 Days" is recognized for its satirical take on bureaucracy and absurdity in Soviet society.
The film features an ensemble cast, including Anatoliy Papanov, Saveliy Kramarov, and Aleksandr Kalyagin. Anatoliy Papanov was a renowned Soviet actor known for his talent in both dramatic and comedic roles. Saveliy Kramarov and Aleksandr Kalyagin were also acclaimed actors in Soviet cinema. Their performances in "14 Days" contributed to the film's satirical humor and commentary on the challenges of everyday life in the Soviet Union.
Original posters from "14 Days" can be collectible, especially among fans of Soviet cinema and Daneliya's work. The rarity and collectability of film posters depend on factors such as condition, age, and artistic design. Re-imagined or top-quality posters can also gain value, particularly if they are produced as limited editions or feature unique artwork. Collectors often appreciate the artistic and historical significance of these posters, making them a potential investment for cinephiles and collectors of movie memorabilia.
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Ai reimaged art piece then reformatted for high resolution onto an electronic canvas. Original scale equal to at least 1m (unframed) with approx 12-25mm border.
Prints: 170-200 gsm. Uncoated Art Paper / Silk. See Limited Editions.