Today’s Poster is from ‘Le ciel est à vous’ (‘The sky is yours’) a 1943 made, 1944 release French film – a film, I therefore presume was made under the German occupation.
It’s an interesting work, and the poster is neat both for the strong, simple and powerful graphic elements, and for having the woman heroine superior and more forward looking than the somewhat strained looking man.
An interesting contrast to an alternative poster found on IMDB, below.
Stronger font for the title, but weaker overall, I think. Unfortunately I’ve not found a trailer online, though there are short random seeming segments for film critic commentary. There’s clearly some fascinating layers to the film’s making and story, too.
James Kightly, Vintage Aero Writer.