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'The Color of Money' (1986)

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

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'The Color of Money' (1986) - film-art
'The Color of Money' (1986) - film-art
'The Color of Money' (1986) - film-art
'The Color of Money' (1986) - film-art
'The Color of Money' (1986) - film-art
'The Color of Money' (1986) - film-art
'The Color of Money' (1986) - film-art
'The Color of Money' (1986) - film-art
'The Color of Money' (1986) - film-art
'The Color of Money' (1986) - film-art
'The Color of Money' (1986) - film-art
'The Color of Money' (1986) - film-art
'The Color of Money' (1986) - film-art
'The Color of Money' (1986) - film-art
'The Color of Money' (1986) - film-art
'The Color of Money' (1986) - film-art
'The Color of Money' (1986) - film-art
'The Color of Money' (1986) - film-art
'The Color of Money' (1986) - film-art
'The Color of Money' (1986) - film-art
'The Color of Money' (1986) - film-art

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'The Color of Money' (1986)

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

Director: Martin Scorsese

Writers : Walter Tevis, Richard Price

Stars : Paul Newman, Tom Cruise, Mary Elizabeth Mastrantonio

Pool hustler Fast Eddie Felson finds the young, promising pool player Vincent in a local bar and he sees in him a younger version of himself. To try and make it as in the old days, Eddie offers to teach Vincent how to be a hustler. After some hesitations Vincent accepts and Eddie takes him and Vincent's girlfriend Carmen on a tour through the country to work the pool halls. However, Vincent's tendency to show off his talent and by doing so warning off the players and losing money, soon leads to a confrontation with Eddie.