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  • Welcome to the official Film/Art Gallery collection of original Grey Gardens¬†vintage movie posters. Film/Art Gallery offers a wide range of movie posters and artwork for cinema's ultimate documentary film series.

    Grey Gardens is a 1975 documentary film directed by Albert and David Maysles. The film is also directed by Ellen Hovde and Muffie Meyer, and produced by Susan Froemke. They are also credited as the film editors.

    This incredible, true to life film shows the secluded everyday lives of a mother and daughter who were formerly¬†upper-class¬†women, Edith "Big Edie" Ewing Bouvier Beale¬†and Edith "Little Edie" Bouvier Beale, both related to Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis. The former American Royalties live in squalor in their 28-room East Hampton mansion, in the wealthy¬†Georgica Pond known as "Grey Gardens‚ÄĚ. Hiding inside their flea-infested house, inhabited by cats and raccoons for more than 50 years, they reminisce about their dazzling past. Big Edie was a born in a high society where she trained soprano in her bohemian days. "Little Edie" was a hopeful actress of salient beauty who put her New York life on hold to care for Big Edie and never left her side again. Together they live in an odd life of dependence that no one had ever looked into until they met the Maysles Brothers who shared their lives to the world.

    The film is a poignant love story, a documentary of the strong and complicated relationship between mother and daughter.

    Film/Art Gallery's Grey Gardens movie posters collection includes a photo of "Little Edie" Beale by Herb Goro.

    Grey Gardens poster collection is included in the Documentary collection which also includes movie posters from other films such as This is Elvis, an Elvis Presley documentary directed by Malcolm Leo & Andrew Solt. Also included are original vintage posters for Sign O the Times, concert film directed by and starring Prince and Don’t Look Back, a Bob Dylan Documentary.