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Mean Streets

  • Year : 1973
  • Country of the poster : United States
  • Condition : excellent
  • Presentation : on linen
  • Director : Martin Scorsese
  • Printing process : offset
  • Signed : no
  • Smaller ≤ 27 X 39 ≤ 27 X 39"
About 2 inches more on each side for the covering *

Original poster of the film Mean Streets directed by Martin Scorsese in 1973, with Robert De Niro and Harvey Keitel.

The film, which the director considers autobiographical, follows the daily lives of four young aspiring mafia bosses from the Little Italy neighbourhood in the early 1970s, and marks the first of ten collaborations between Martin Scorsese and Robert De Niro. De Niro truly reveals himself in Mean Streets before turning in the second part of the Sponsor under Coppola the following year. It was a great success during the Directors' Fortnight at the 1974 Cannes Film Festival, and it also gave Scorsese international fame, confirmed three years later with Taxi Driver.

The original American poster one sheet from Mean streets is renowned for its efficient graphics. A still smoking revolver is pointing upwards, and fits into the whole like a building in the skyline from New York City. All the elements that make up the city's visual identity are also included: water tank, windows, fire escapes... The adjectives that can be read in the film review also apply to the original poster: exquisite, savage, brilliant.

Original title Mean Streets
Year 1973
Country of the film United States
Country of the poster United States
Director Martin Scorsese
Actors and/or actresses Amy ROBINSON, David PROVAL, George MEMMOLI, Harvey KEITEL, Robert De NIRO, Robert ROMANUS
Printing process offset
Actual size (inches) 104x69
Condition excellent
Presentation on linen
Signed no

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