Lilith is an American drama film written and directed by Robert Rossen. It is based on a novel by J. R. Salamanca and stars Warren Beatty, Jean Seberg, Peter Fonda, Kim Hunter and Gene Hackman.
It's an original poster from 1964, printed in USA. Limited edition 64/316. The composition is a rectangular arranged horizontally.
A very cost-saving presentation, though very eloquent - all this is included in the symbolism of the spider web. Spider web refers to weaving your own life. Spider web is extremely delicate and yet strong, which speaks of the strength contained in the sensitivity. It symbolizes resistance against devastating fears and limitations. It says that there are many ways and creative possibilities to get out of every impasse.
The poster also presents the faces of the main characters. The black and white profile of the man's face was incorporated inside the spider web. The outline of a woman's face created with the help of light and shadow, is like outside the spider web and looks at the man.
The symbolism of the spider on the poster can relate to the main characters' relationships, as well as to the difficulties it faces.The scene is created on the pinkish-orange background.Framed and glazed.
This print was a Gift Aided donation to FARA Belsize Park.