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Jon Shear's URBANIA Movie Poster DAN FUTTERMAN 27" x 40" Rare 2000 NEW : Large Wall Size : 27" inches wide by 40" inches high. Original Official USA * Alternative Version * Advance Release Advertising Poster for the January 24th 2000 Limited Release of " Urbania " Written and directed by Jon Shear and featuring a powerful dramatic color graphic of " Charlie " , played by Dan Futterman , in his abstracted and fragmented world of strange encounters. Urbania is a 2000 independent drama film based on the play Urban Folk Tales with was something of a small sensation. The Film " Urbania " premiered at the 2000 Sundance Film Festival and played a number of LGBT film festivals as well as playing in limited release throughout the year. One of the most talked-about movies of the 2000 Sundance Film Festival, this film, directed by Jon Shear, recalls the edgy, aggressively-political qualities of early '90s queer cinema such as Poison (1991) and Swoon (1991) -- and throws in a few nods to Martin Scorsese's late-night New York City odyssey film After Hours (1985) for good luck. Dashing young yuppie Charlie (Dan Futterman) is losing control of his life after the loss of his longtime companion Chris (Matt Keeslar). Alone in his apartment, he can hear his upstairs neighbors (Bill Sage and Megan Dodds) engage in noisy lovemaking that leaves him lonely, frustrated, and aroused. He wanders the neon-drenched streets of Manhattan at night as if he were a wraith. Later, at a bar with the amorous couple, the trio get into a loud, ugly argument about public displays of affection. Around this same time, Charlie notices a mysterious, tattooed stranger, and the two exchange looks. Intrigued, Charlie sets out looking for the man, and in the process, he launches himself on a nightmarish journey through the underside of New York. He happens upon an increasingly odd array of people, each telling progressively more bizarre tales that are purportedly true. German actress Barbara Sukowa appears in a cameo in which she tells Charlie of a sexual tryst she had in a bar's restroom. Alan Cumming appears as a friend who has a crush on Charlie, while Lothaire Bluteau plays a stammering bum. Soon reality and fiction, straight and gay all fuse and blur in Charlie's increasingly troubled psyche. This New Original Poster is Printed in Brilliant Razor-sharp 6 color production on thick advertising poster stock paper. *NOTE : this Original Poster is a Pre-folded poster that has been gently folded 4 ways from the factory * Will be carefully rolled and shipped in a heavy duty tube and shipped Priority Mail with Delivery Confirmation / Tracking. This Original Poster is in New Condition. This is a very beautiful , Rare , Urbania / Dan Futterman / Jon Shear Collectors item of a unique dramatic film that is already considered a classic of independent film , ready for framing , or simply hang as is. Great for a Den , Movie room or Dorm room. Please email with any questions before purchasing if you are unsure about something. We ONLY accept Money Orders , Cashiers Checks or U.S. Cash as payment ( we do NOT accept personal checks or online payment at all ). Please email about local pick-up , we are located in NYC in Times Square. All International Customers MUST email us before purchasing this item.