Lars von Trier was the wunderkind of European cinema in the 1990s A filmmaker who, more than any of his peers, divided critics and spectators. In keeping with Dogme principles was shot with a hand-held camera, without ornamental music and on real locations. Set in a commune, the film sparked great controversy for showing a group of young people in search of their "inner idiots".
The poster has signs of wear, but no tears.
Made in UK
These posters were distributed folded and how they were commonly stored at cinemas.
Measures - 40" x 30"