Small movie poster for Fyodor Dostoyevsky’s adaptation of The Gambler.
- title: The Gambler | Hráč | Igrok | Soviet Union, 1972
- director: Aleksey Batalov
- with: Nikolay Burlyaev, Lyubov Dobrzhanskaya, Jitka Zelenohorská
- writer: Fyodor Dostoyevsky (novel)
poster design: Unknown Artist, 1972
Vintage movie poster designed for an adaptation of Dostoyevsky‘s novel about gambling, directed by Alexey Batalov. The novel speaks of Dostoyevsky‘s gambling addiction and was written by him in 26 days to pay off his gambling depts.
Unfortunately, the name of the author of this poster is unknown. However, the designer has managed to convey ‘the tension of a salon atmosphere’ into this small piece of paper by carefully arranging what seems to be a gambling couple and a roulette surrounded by random numbers.
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