What kills me about this poster is the combination of the green and yellow arrows pointing towards Juno with some sort of question. Now, I have no idea of what the question actually is, but can’t you just imagine some over excited announcer pointing and saying “She has a baby, in her belly!?”
I do wonder what it actually says.
The second thing that really caught my attention was the Roger Ebert quote. I had no idea he was big in Asia.
As for the rest of the poster, I’m torn. It’s quirky to the max, but it’s also pretty attention catching and memorable, and it is true to some aspects of the movie. It’s also as close to a parody of Juno as you’re ever going to find in an official piece of marketing for the film. I mean, look at her pose! And the damn phone. She is in the middle of the street!
I’m not sure how good this is as a piece of marketing. But I kind of love it for all its weirdness.
(Thanks to Casty the Clown for sending this over)