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Drew: The Man Behind the Poster (2013)

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A documentary on legendary movie-poster artist Drew Struzan.

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Erik Sharkey (as Erik P. Sharkey)
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Credited cast:
Greg Aronowitz ... Himself
Timothy Bradstreet Timothy Bradstreet ... Himself (as Tim Bradstreet)
Joanna Cassidy ... Herself
Ernie Cefalu Ernie Cefalu ... Himself
Alice Cooper ... Himself
Frank Darabont ... Himself
Guillermo del Toro ... Himself
Dennis Dunaway Dennis Dunaway ... Himself
Harrison Ford ... Himself
Michael J. Fox ... Himself
Bob Gale ... Himself
Steve Guttenberg ... Himself
Greg Hildebrandt Greg Hildebrandt ... Himself
Thomas Jane ... Himself
Roger Kastel Roger Kastel ... Himself
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A documentary on legendary movie-poster artist Drew Struzan.

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Official Facebook | Official site

Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

19 July 2013 (USA) See more »

Also Known As:

Дрю: Человек за плакатом See more »

Filming Locations:

California, USA See more »

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Color

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1.78 : 1
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Guillermo del Toro: Asking a studio about movie posters and Drew's art is like asking the Pope about condoms
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References The Shawshank Redemption (1994) See more »

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Drew(ing) effort
19 October 2014 | by kosmaspSee all my reviews

The work that goes into poster or rather went into the posters, is great. And the movie/documentary is giving us one of the best that ever drew anything (no pun intended). It does help that while not a man of big words, the man behind the posters, is a very likable one. And he is also very funny too.

There are a lot of famous people who comment on the work and we get a lot of background information. We also get how the man came to the business, how he climbed the ladder. All this might sound trivial, but it is really nicely told with a joke thrown in there for good measure. You really feel like you got to know the guy, after watching this. A real nice homage and a good documentary


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