There were two posters designed for the French release of this film. The main poster uses only three colours (black, white and green), and is photographic in style. This style B poster, designed by Clement Hurel, is in complete contrast, with its bright colours, bold 60s graphics and painted artwork. This style B poster is the rarest on this title, and seldom surfaces.
This is a 1960 French New Wave film written and directed by Jean-Luc Godard, starring Jean-Paul Belmondo as a small-time criminal, and Jean Seberg as his American girlfriend. This was Godard's first feature-length work and Belmondo's breakthrough as an actor. This film was one of the earliest and most influential examples of French New Wave, and along with other films released just a year earlier, brought international acclaim to this new untraditional style of French filmmaking, owing to its visual style and unconventional filming techniques.