Yesterday we looked at some Polish film posters, and then we cried in a corner for a bit.
Look at this – guess what this is the poster for?
Did you say Weekend At Bernie’s? Of course you didn’t. Why would you?
In the comments Tim said “Awww, you should’ve held on and revealed the answers next week, after we’d all made fools of ourselves guessing wrongly.”
Your wish is my command. Here’s round 2 – below are details from six Polish posters for well-known science fiction films. Can you name these films? Answers will be posted next Friday, feel free to share your workings in the comments section at the bottom of the page.
So what have we learnt from the Institute this week?
Brian Trenchard-Smith, director of Dead End Drive-In, Turkey Shoot and BMX Bandits left a comment to say “Today we stand at the dawn of a new era in Australian Film.”
The ultimate cheap science fiction show would feature characters in a Big White Void, wearing exploding collars and battling invisible telepaths, while walking against a scary wind.
You can live on only four ingredients, but would you want to?
Polish artists need more hugs.
Incidentally, I’ve spent the last three days sick as a very ill dog, so there may be only sporadic transmissions from the Institute next week. Until then…