I'm trying to identify the movie of this poster in the front of a movie theater from a picture dated
It depicts what looks like a woman sitting on a bench in a white dress, and a man behind holding her arm. Firstly I thought she was fainting, but looking better, there is a bench behind her, she looks up to the right in the direction of the man. He seems standing up looking down towards her. Maybe a vampire? Maybe they are dancing? Unfortunately the resolution won't help. The sign also partially reads ?ANTIFE(M)?. The language is probably Portuguese, Italian or maybe French.
I know there was not many movies around back then. Does anyone have a clue what movie is that?
I don't know the genre of this movie, but it's probably a movie. Because it is a movie theater (the object of my research is this theater) and the sign below reads HOJE, that means "Today" in Portuguese (thanks @NJohnny). I thought I could be fantastical because of the pose of the characters and many movies back then used be fantastical, and there are children at the door, it looks like a vampire to me. But I might be wrong.
In the title I try to describe the image to avoid the use of "this photo" and improve it's searchability.
@Richard suggested it could be Faust and Marguerite by Mellies
But they are in a different position than in that picture.
There is a letter in the front of the mystery word "ANTIFEM". @NJohnny suggested (P R V W). To me it looks like a "K", but at least in Portuguese that would make no sense. This also could be an "A", or less probably, "O" as this is "The" in Portuguese. Looks like there is a small gap between this letter and the next word, indicating this might be a "the". (The antifem...).
"Antifemale" was suggested, but to me it looks like a weird subject for a
116 103 year movie, and if so, the title would be smaller than the space in the poster.