Milton Glaser did not do many movie posters, but the ones he did are as distinctively his as they are unusual for the film genre. Thanks to Mirko Ilic for finding more Glaser lost bits.
1970 American drama directed by Michelangelo Antonioni, widely noted at the time for its setting in the counterculture of the United States in the late 1960s. Some of the film’s scenes were shot on location at Zabriskie Point in Death Valley. Explosive last scene.
Young director Alex Morrison (Donald Sutherland) needs to follow his recent box-office hit with another blockbuster. In the process, his mind wanders to his past, his present, and probable future. 1970.
Set in the early 1950s, written and directed by Paul Mazursky. The film is an autobiographical account of Mazursky’s early life as an actor in NYC. 1976.
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