Paper-backed and conservation framed with UV plexiglass
Very good condition, with the colours remaining very bright. Restoration to centre fold, creasing around the fold and minor surface abrasions. There are some black marks in the background of the poster, which happened during the printing process.
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This 1950 Argentine film was directed by León Klimovsky. Following the small financial success of the exploitation film She Shoulda Said 'No'! in 1949, another ethical film about the use of marijuana, it was decided to import this Argentine film after it was screened at the 1951 Cannes Film Festival.