Original Polish movie poster for Polish film: “Zagubione uczucia” (Lost Feelings) directed by Jerzy Zarzycki. Poster designed by HUBERT HILSCHER 1957.
This is an original 1957 poster from the PRL period – the golden age of the Polish poster school. Its authenticity is confirmed by a certificate.
The present item was issued in A0 format and consists of 2 sheets, the upper one of which has an additional 1.5 cm margin for gluing the sheets together. The overall size is 118 x 85 cm. Upper sheet: 60.5 x 85 cm; lower sheet: 59 x 85 cm
starring: Maria Klejdysz, Andrzej Jurczyk
The screenplay for the film was written by: Hanna Mortkowicz-Olczakowa, Jerzy Andrzejewski, Julian Dziedzina and Jerzy Zarzycki, based on the short story “Zośka” by Hanna Mortkowicz-Olczakowa.
Set in Nowa Huta, the film’s plot alludes both in its poetics and themes to Italian neo-realism. The film’s premiere took place on 21 October 1957, but it was not screened for long because it presented a very bleak image of Nowa Huta, which was to be one of the flagship symbols of socialist realism. As a result, the film was taken off the air after a few days of broadcasting. Interestingly, the film “Lost Feelings” was awarded the “Warsaw Mermaid” in 1957 – the award for the best Polish film of the year given by the SDP Film Critics Club during the Lubuskie Film Summer.
Condition: very good-