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SALVERO IL MIO AMORE/ TWO LOVES ITALIAN LOCANDINA (28"x13") POSTER 1961

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We know the most important part of selling is ensuring the customer is happy, we will do everything we can to make this an efficient purchase but if there are any problems, be assured we will resolve all issues. Having been trading in vintage items for 2 decades we know this is the most important part of selling, nearly as important is getting a bargain, if you feel any item is over priced please do make us an offer and we'll do our best to accept it! We want to sell not hoard!


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PRODUCT & CONDITION:


Crease lines from being folded and minimal damage to the poster or edges considering its age colours remain bright and vibrant. Your chance to get this rare original poster, for the film's Italian cinema release in 1961. Please take note of the size of this item before buying.


American Anna Vorontosov teaches in a rural school on New Zealand's North Island. Her class of younger students is comprised largely of Maoris. She feels that western methods are not the most appropriate in teaching her students, for who concepts such as "see Jane run" have no cultural context. She wants her students to "feel", from love to pain to joy, and as such her classes are outwardly disorganized and chaotic. Her livelihood is potentially threatened with the arrival of a new senior inspector of primary schools, a Brit name William Abercrombie. To make her classes seem more organized to Abercrombie, Anna enlists the help of one of the older students, fifteen year old Maori, Whareparita. Anna's students, including Whareparita, see her as their guardian angel. Anna's burgeoning friendship with Whareparita may show her that although she has her students' best interests at heart, she may also not fully understand the culture within which she now lives. Teaching is her life, which leaves no time for men, sex about which she has repressive views. These views affect her relationship with two very different men who fall in love with her. The first is fellow teacher, Paul Lathrope, a brash Brit. He is a lost soul with self-destructive tendencies. The second is married Abercrombie himself, whose marriage is albeit unsatisfying and long-distance.

GRADE: FAIR:


Poster in fair condition, formally folded, but now stored flat and shipped rolled. There may be small scuffs to edges, chipping to edges of the poster not affecting the image of the poster, tax stamp, staples, scuffing more damage than would be expected in specific areas, check images before purchasing. But overall the poster is in good condition for age. Please carefully inspect images before purchasing.

ORIGINALITY: 

This is an original genuine Italian cinema release Locandina (28"x13") poster from 1961

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