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Jack Nicholson 1975 Photo "The Passenger" Signed Autograph Movie Scene

Nicholson, Jack  1975 Photo The Passenger Signed Autograph Movie Scene
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Nicholson, Jack 1975 Photo "The Passenger" Signed Autograph Movie Scene
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Nicholson, Jack  1975 Photo The Passenger Signed Autograph Movie Scene
This item is an 8" X 10",black and white photo of actor Jack Nicholson in a scene from the 1975 movie-"The Passenger".The Passenger (Professione: reporter) is a film directed and co-written by Michelangelo Antonioni, released in 1975, in which Jack Nicholson stars as a reporter in Africa who assumes the identity of a dead stranger. The film competed for the "Palme d'Or" award at the 1975 Cannes Film Festival.David Locke, a television journalist played by Jack Nicholson, is in an African desert searching for rebels. He keeps failing: his contacts abandon him, his Land Rover Defender gives out. Tired of his work, his marriage and his life, he decides to switch identity with a mysterious Englishman staying at the same hotel, Mr Robertson (Charles Mulvehill), who has died suddenly overnight. To assume Robertson's identity, David must carefully cut the photographs out of their passports, swap them, and reseal them. Since the hotel manager has already mistaken him for Robertson, the plan should go off without any hitches.The Passenger has been considered remarkable for its camerawork (by Luciano Tovoli) and acting. While the movie has been critically praised by such movie critics as Peter Travers of Rolling Stone and Manohla Dargis of The New York Times, it has also been criticized by Roger Ebert, Danny Peary and others for being slow-moving and pretentious. Ebert has since changed his stance on the film, and now considers it a perceptive look at identity, alienation, and mankind's desire to escape oneself.The photo has been autographed on the front by Jack Nicholson. The autograph reads-"Regards Jack Nicholson"......................BOTH PHOTO AND AUTOGRAPH ARE IN EXCELLENT CONDITION.................