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La Dolce Vita Vintage Canvas Movie Poster Art
La Dolce Vita Vintage Canvas Movie Poster Art


 
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Product Code: LA-DOLCE-VITA_ART

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17"x11" Inch Canvas
19" x 13" Canvas [Add $14.99]
24 x 18 Canvas [Add $26.99]
36 x 24 Canvas [Add $44.99]
55x 36 Canvas [Add $194.99]

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100% Money Back Satisfaction GuaranteeTHIS IS NOT JUST A POSTER! This is a Digitally Restored ReproductionGallery Quality Giclee Collector Print on Canvas. This movie poster has been hand selected by the artists (and movie lovers) at L.A. Artwork. This Art has been hand restored in the same manner old movies are now restored. It has been color corrected and imperfections like creases and tears have been removed where possible. An attractive thin black border is then placed around the image and a large white border allow easy framing without the need for a mat or easy stretch framing. "We hope this is an affordable yet classic way to enjoy vintage movie posters that are either too expensive to purchase or simply too rare."We are so sure you will love your print that if you do not you can send it back for a full 100% refund of the purchase price including the original shipping and handling costs. Save!!! Order more than one print and still only pay the one flat shipping cost! There is always at least an inch and a half white border on all Prints (as shown)

La Dolce vita - Movie - 1960

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Seven days (and nights) in the life of a Marcello, a Roman journalist torn between making something serious of his life or drifting along on a pleasant if empty stream of casual affairs and profitable, but meaningless, newspaper and magazine work. In the course of the week, he flirts with a visiting movie star has a couple of encounters with a bored socialite, one of them in a prostitute's bedroom, is shocked when Steiner, a "serious" writer and deep thinker kills himself and his children, and generally ignores his adoring girlfriend. In the end, he seems to have cut himself adrift on a sea of frivolity and self-disgust, with no real idea of how to find his way "home" again . . .

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