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Now this is what I’m talking about. Crisp, clean, no bullshit. I love this poster. Teases without giving away the main conceit of the film. I wish more posters were like this rather than some dumb action shot or using the same basic shot (see here). This is one of the more mindfucky mainstream movies out there. I also like that it is reminiscent of the Criterion Collection cover for Orson Welles‘ F for Fake.
Here’s the trailer:
If you haven’t seen this one, you’re killing me. It’s worth it alone to watch Benecio del Toro‘s performance as Fenster.
Keyser Söze, bitches.