Lithuania likes to keep things simple. Peter Pan is the story of a kid who refuses to grow up, but before that it's the story of a kid, and before that it's the story of a person. A person, which is a thing that can be drawn on a poster with just a few simple lines, so that's exactly what they did. This was also their poster for The Godfather: Part II and Deep Throat.
But seriously, what better way to promote what was no doubt the year's most hotly anticipated children's movie than showing off some of that unmistakable Disney animation by not featuring any of it on the poster? This seems to say, "Uncle Walt is dead, kids, so better get f*****g used to your movies looking like this from now on."
Terms of Endearment (Poland)
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Terms of Endearment is that movie where Jack Nicholson plays an alcoholic retired astronaut who hooks up with an older woman, because it had been a few years since anyone handed him any Academy Awards and he was starting to get itchy. Somehow, the real poster for the movie (which mostly concerns the love lives of a mother and her daughter) got mixed up with a surrealist ad for a Polish call girl service.
Alternatively, this gives the impression that the viewer is in for some Naked Lunch-level insanity, what with the humanoid phones and all, not a heartbreaking story about family and relationships. On the other hand, the poster does look more like something Jack Nicholson would star in.
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