'Rain Man' (1988)

Limited edition giclee printed on photo rag 308 gsm fine art paper

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'Rain Man' (1988)
'Rain Man' (1988)
'Rain Man' (1988)
'Rain Man' (1988)
'Rain Man' (1988)
'Rain Man' (1988)
'Rain Man' (1988)
'Rain Man' (1988)
'Rain Man' (1988)
'Rain Man' (1988)
'Rain Man' (1988)
'Rain Man' (1988)
'Rain Man' (1988)
'Rain Man' (1988)
'Rain Man' (1988)
'Rain Man' (1988)
'Rain Man' (1988)
'Rain Man' (1988)
'Rain Man' (1988)
'Rain Man' (1988)
'Rain Man' (1988)

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Example: A print image that is specified as being 825mm x 351m will sit inside a frame that has the approximate outside dimensions of 1025mm x 551mm.

'Rain Man' (1988)

Limited edition giclee printed on photo rag 308 gsm fine art paper

Director: Barry Levinson

Writers : Barry Morrow, Ronald Bass

Stars : Dustin Hoffman, Tom Cruise, Valeria Golino

Charles Sanford "Charlie" Babbit is a self-centered Los Angeles-based automobile dealer/hustler/bookie who is at war with his own life. Charlie, as a young teenager, used his father's 1949 Buick convertible without permission and as a result, he went to jail for two days on account that his father reported it stolen. It is then that Charlie learns that his estranged father died and left him from his last will and testament a huge bed of roses and the car while the remainder will of $3 Million goes into a trust fund to be distributed to someone. Charlie seemed pretty angry by this and decides to look into this matter. It seems as if that "someone" is Raymond, Charlie's unknown brother, an autistic savant who lives in a world of his own, resides at the Walbrook Institute. Charlie then kidnaps Raymond and decides to take him on a lust for life trip to the west coast as a threat to get the $3 Million inheritance. Raymond's acts and nagging, including repeated talks of "Abbott & Costello",...