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Storyboard from the film Rain Man (1987)

Storyboard from the film Rain Man (1987)

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Eight pages of the original storyboard for the film Rain Man that revealed autism to the public, with star Tom Cruise.

  • Eight pages of the storyboard from the film Rain Man, for the “accident” scene.
  • Signature of artist James Hegedus.
  • Drawings and various notes, with black pen.
  • 21.6 cm x 28 cm.
  • 1987.
  • Excellent condition.
  • Unique piece.

Rain Man is a cinema classic, awarded four Oscars in 1989. Charlie Babbitt, a young entrepreneur, travels to a psychiatric hospital to find out who is the beneficiary of the fortune his father left behind when he passed away. Charlie discovers that the beneficiary is Raymond, an autistic older brother he never knew. The two then travel through United States, learning to live together despite various difficulties. Finally, very worried about his brother, money stops being Charlie's priority.

A storyboard – a sequence of comics – aims to mark the main passages of a story that will be told in a film in the closest possible way to how it will appear on screen. A good storyboard should convey the rhythm, mood and emotions of the scenes. The storyboarding process, in the format in which it is known today, was developed by Walt Disney Studios in the early 1930s.

Storyboards for big films are very rare as directors and actors usually keep these documents as souvenirs of their work.

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