Director Sydney Pollack's masterful political suspense romance "Havana" (1990), tells the story of the birth of the Cuban revolution in the last 1950's through the anachronistic eyes of Robert Redford, playing Jack Weil, a professional gambler, as he attempts to organize the last big poker game in Havana as his world falls apart around him. This is Redford's iconic Hero screen worn pink shirt from this award-winning motion picture. Personally selected by Redford and the film's legendary costume designer Bernie Pollack (Sydney's brother, who worked on most of Sydney's classic films) it is a Nat Wise of London shirt from his famous Hollywood Sunset Strip studio. The initial's "RR" are printed inside along with the date: "November 1989". The shirt comes with a wardrobe tag, a Certificate of Authenticity, as well as two color photograph screen shots of Redford wearing the shirt in the movie. (The shirt is Large).