Labrador Retriever Vintage Style Poster Canvas Print NEW COLLECTION !!!
Labrador Retriever Fine Art Canvas Print full color Limited Edition numbered ( 1 to 500) and Signed by the artist in A3+ format (40 x 30 cm or 16 x 12 inch) in canvas.
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★ The new collection inspired by old movie posters
★ All Artworks are my own art
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★ 16x12 inch
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La Strada (English: The Road) is a 1954 Italian neorealist drama directed by Federico Fellini in which a naïve young woman (Giulietta Masina) is sold to a brutish man (Anthony Quinn) and goes on the road as a part of his itinerant show.
La Strada won the Academy Award for Best Foreign Language Film in 1956, the first presented in that category.
Gelsomina is sold by her very poor mother to Zampanò, an itinerant strongman. She follows him on the road ("la strada") and helps him during his shows. Zampanò ill-treats her. She meets "The Fool", a funambulist. She feels like going with him, but he puts confusion in her mind by pointing out that perhaps Zampanò is in fact in love with her
Won Oscar. Another 9 wins & 4 nominations. Won the first ever Academy Award for Best Foreign Language Film.
Anthony Quinn said in an interview a few years before his death that he originally accepted a deal that would have paid him a percentage of the profits this film generated instead of an upfront salary. When his agent found out about it, the agent changed the deal and insisted an upfront salary and no percentage. Quinn said that decision cost him several million dollars.
Director Bille August cites "La Strada" as the film that first made him want to work in film when he saw it while still in school.