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Written by Paddy Cheyefsky, William Holden, Sidney Lumet, "The Network" is an iconic American film released in 1976. With Lumet and her famed cast being nominated for countless Academy Awards, it's no wonder this film has rightfully trudged its way into laymen speak today.

"The Network" was a film designed to exploit the dangers of its core theme: the intensive power mass media has to manipulate and dehumanize populace. Sporting diametric artwork, this poster is advertising the French release of the film and sports a fascinating technicolor façade, an immersive stray from the original American design.

Designed by French artist Jouineau Bourduge, this electric poster certainly has a mass media mind of its own. Featuring art of a colorized television screen sauntered beneath a galvanized television anchor ready to take the network by storm, we can't even imagine the tantalizing tale in store!

The perfect conversational piece for any home.

Condition: Good to Very Good. Creasing along original centerfold. Very minor border wear. 

Year: c.1977 - 45 years old

Size: 16.0" x 21.0" (41cm x 53cm)


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