Wall-E International Posters – France and Vietnam

Ok, both these international posters are based on this original, released a few months back, but add a little local spice.

Wall-E Poster France

First up, France shows us that it is indeed the land of love, by adding a a heart shaped constellation and a tag line that uses “L’Amour.” There are other words in there also. Although I don’t know what they mean, they are all in French so they probably say things about love, romance and croissants.

Then we have the Vietnamese poster. As it turns out the Vietnamese are a depressed people, so the whole poster has a blue tinge, making us focus more on the deep and total loneliness of the main character. Downer, dude.

Wall-E Poster Vietnam

Honestly now, these are small differences and I seriously doubt that we can say anything of substance based on them. I do think that the original was more perfect. The French version is a little too sugary and the blueness of the Vietnamese version make no sense to me, the original colors were really beautiful. But they are all still good.

(Via reader Casty the Clown and BadTaste.it)

4 thoughts on “Wall-E International Posters – France and Vietnam”

  1. “Although I don’t know what they mean, they are all in French so they probably say things about love, romance and croissants.”

    Absolute gold, man. Precisely one of the reasons why I love your blog, Gus.

    I’m holidaying in New Zealand now and one of the cinemas (Hoyts) has a nice little photo spot for Wall-E. A life-size Wall-E is sitting on a bench, and kids (unfortunately, only kids) are welcome to sit next to Wall-E for some pretty pictures. Gawd, I was soooo tempted to get a snap with Wall-E.

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