Stockholm: EWES, 1967. 27 ½ x 39 ¼ in. Offset poster. Good condition with edgewear and wrinkling throughout as well as creases where the poster has been folded. Item #POS157
Friend of Adorno and former assistant to Fritz Lang, Alexander Kluge was one of the principle members of the group of filmmakers sometimes called “New German Cinema,” which includes such directors as Fassbinder, Wim Wenders, and Werner Herzog. A critic, philosopher, and theorist on cinema, along with creating movies of his own, he has written widely on cinema and art, and is the author of many works of fiction and intermedia. Anita G., known at times under the alternative name Abschied von Gestern, is a 1966 film about a woman immigrating from East Germany to West Germany and her various travails. This is the Swedish language poster.