Doing an image search to show a coworker the non-studio Bloom poster, I came across the posters used to promote Bloom in a few different countries. I thought it might be nice to have a little gallery here, to see all the differences. Please share others, larger versions of these, or translations.
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The lovely work of Zach and Marke
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The studio poster
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The UK does a bit better
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God bless the French. This is my favorite: "An Almost-Perfect Con."
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Definitely the most different of all the posters, from Germany.
The tagline is "The history of an almost-perfect plan."
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Babelfish translates this Spanish title as "Love Swindle"! That's adorable.
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Another Spanish poster. Wish I knew where each one was from.
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Portugese. Babelfish translates as "Swindlers."
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I'm guessing Israeli. A lot of countries used the standard US studio poster, so I won't post them all.
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Swedish DVD cover. I kinda like how they combined a little from each of the US posters.
I'm way too lazy to ever be truly belligerently insane.