*Which* Russian film poster?
April 27, 2006 9:08 AM   Subscribe

While searching the usual poster sites to fill my bare walls, I came across this striking image, which is identified only as "Russian Film Poster". Can anyone identify the film? I'd like to see the movie before I go slapping its poster up on my wall.
posted by jpoulos to Media & Arts (6 answers total)
Best answer: Looks like Zdravstvuy, Eto Ya!.
posted by nonane at 9:21 AM on April 27, 2006

Best answer: Also known as "Barev, yes em", or "Hello, That's Me!"
posted by ducksauce at 9:25 AM on April 27, 2006

Also, you might be interested in checking out this classic Polish film poster site (or others like it).
posted by ducksauce at 9:32 AM on April 27, 2006

Also in Armenian as Barem, yes em, and apparently a classic of Armenian cinema. I have not been able to find anyone selling it online; maybe check in predominantly Russian/Armenian areas (Allston/Brighton or Watertown?) to see if you can find a copy?
posted by nonane at 9:32 AM on April 27, 2006

Response by poster: Very cool. I can't find a copy onilne either, but I'll keep looking. Thanks.
posted by jpoulos at 9:35 AM on April 27, 2006

I live in watertown (and yes i'm Armenian). I don't know of any place around here that might carry this, if they do it would be pure luck but I can take a look.

where did you find the image online? that might be a starting point?
posted by eatcake at 4:08 PM on April 27, 2006

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