A1 1 Sheet (cca. 59 x 84 cm)
Fine, light fold marks and wear.
Paper, offset lithography.
Enclosure is a 1962 vintage Hungarian movie poster designed by Zsolt Boromissza.
This prison camp drama by director and co-scripter Armand Gatti, his first film, reflects the early '60s resurgence of interest in the crimes against humanity committed by the Nazis in World War II. (In another year, the Adolph Eichmann trial would be the first ever seen live on American television.) Gatti focuses on two men in a German concentration camp who have been cruelly penned inside an enclosure. One of the men, Karl (Herbert Wochinz), is a strong, bitter anti-Nazi German -- a target of the Gestapo. The SS wants information on a rumored organization of resistance fighters inside the prison and they know he has it. The other man, David (Jean Negroni) is a Jew. If one of the men dies within a certain time then the other will be released. He will not be killed. Otherwise, both will be executed. The resistance fighters in the prison try to help the two as best they can, while the pair inside the enclosure slowly come to know each other as though they were brothers.
Director: Armand Gatti
Writers: Armand Gatti (story), Pierre Joffroy (story)
Stars: Hans Christian Blech, Jean Négroni, Herbert Wochinz