Sydney: Balmain Bijou, 1979. Vintage offset lithograph poster for a series of screening of the 1978 UK film at the Balmain Bijou theatre in Sydney, Australia, circa 1979.
Queen Elizabeth I travels to a dystopian 1970s London, witnessing a lawless city overrun by a gang of punk girls. A cult classic, featuring a soundtrack by Brian Eno, performances by Adam Ant and Wayne County and the Electric Chairs, who also appear in the film alongside a number of British punk icons, including Jordan and Toyah Wilcox, and cameos by the Slits and Souixse and the Banshees.
29 x 38.75 inches, folded as issued. Very Good. Pinholes to the corners, with light edgewear, including some minor chipping and a single short closed tear, and a tape shadow.
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