Jim Jarmusch's The Limits of Control Retro Poster

March 11, 2009
Source: Cinematical

Jim Jarmusch's The Limits of Control Retro Poster

Three weeks ago no one knew anything about The Limits of Control, but now it's got a lot of early buzz, thanks to the new trailer that was put out last week. Cinematical got their hands on the official poster for the film today and it's quite wonderful. It has a very retro vibe to it and I love the look of it. It's great to finally see something different in the poster world these days, since we usually get nothing but ugly floating heads. Plus, it helps that I'm actually looking forward to this quite a bit. Jim Jarmusch hasn't directed anything since Broken Flowers in 2005 and it's great to finally see him back. Check out the poster below.

The Limits of Control Retro Poster

The Limits of Control is both written and directed by the great American director Jim Jarmusch, of Stranger Than Paradise, Coffee and Cigarettes, Down by Law, Mystery Train, Dead Man, Ghost Dog: The Way of the Samurai, and Broken Flowers. Jarmusch has been referred to as the savior of independent film in the 1980s and is one of the greatest experimental filmmakers working today. It's very likely that this will first premiere at the Cannes Film Festival this summer, however Focus Features already has US distribution rights. The Limits of Control will arrive in limited theaters starting on May 22nd this summer.

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Reader Feedback - 7 Comments


Who designed it? Really nice.

Crapola on Mar 11, 2009


Nice nostalgia.

Ryan on Mar 11, 2009


I want this one. Trés cool poster. Greetings.

Mario Tenorio on Mar 11, 2009


Thats totally rad!

Scott McHenry on Mar 11, 2009


worst poster ever made

rocken on Mar 11, 2009


This is a well done poster that fits with the story's design and mood. Though I think the colors could be tweaked a bit to match his suit, but nice nonetheless.

9001 on Mar 12, 2009


Agrees with #5 to be honest.

Fisherr on Mar 12, 2009

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