The poster consists of a huge black-and-white photograph that covers the poster almost fully. It’s a scene from the film, picturing a crowd protesting, holding pictures of Makarios, shouting, rising and clapping their hands. Below the photograph, in a black background, in red, sidelong, capital letters, the title of the film reads: ATTILA 74. Above the title, in white capital letters, the director is registered: “Michalis Kakogiannis’”. Below the title: “Colored epic. The film that answers the Greek nations’ questions regarding those culpable for the Cyprian tragedy. Junta-Turkey-America. A Karagiannis-Karatzopoulos S.A. film”. Next to the title appears a smaller framed photograph of three young men who mourn embracing one another. On the poster’s left, against a white background, black capital letters, read: “Makarios, Kliridis, Sampson, Dektas, Tafal”. In red minuscules: “Revelations by E.O.K.A. B’ members and victims of the coup d’ état and the invasion”.
A poster with a political message, like the film, that promises the unraveling of the mystery covering the Cyprian tragedy. A balanced composition with the grand black-and-white photograph in the center of the poster and modest colors, red for the title, yellow and white for the rest of the letters.