When reviewing the latest The Hunger Games last week, I wrote "If done by Kubrick, it could have taken a very interesting and important anthropological steering. But if you look at it as what it is and not as what your favorite filmmaker would've made of it, as I did, you can have a very enjoyable cinematic experience.". Such a high concept, so thematically vast, huge production values, is it possible that we instinctively try to bath it in another light?
These are the film's posters as if directed by other filmmakers, in a parallel universe. All great. My favorites: Fellini, Hitchcock, Woody Allen.