Paris: Transcontinental Film Productions, 1961. Vintage borderless photograph of director Sidney Lumet, playwright Arthur Miller, and actors Ralf Vallone and Raymond Pellegrin on the set of the 1962 film. With the stamp of photographer Jacques Moreau, a mimeo snipe, and holograph annotations on the verso.
Based on the 1955 play by Arthur Miller, about an unhappily married man whose obsession with his niece leads to tragedy when she falls for an immigrant who is staying with them. The first American film to feature a kiss between two men, though ultimately it is an act of accusation against one of the men, rather than a romantic one.
Filmed in both French and English versions.
Shot on location in New York City, and Rome.
9.5 x 7 inches. Near Fine.