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Bonnie and Clyde

One Screening Only! Before they were tearing up envelopes at the Oscars and inspiring HOVA/Bey song collaborations, Warren Beatty and Faye Dunaway became instant icons as the sharply dressed killer couple in BONNIE AND CLYDE.

August 17, 1967. That was the day Bonnie & Clyde — the lethally disruptive and exciting gangster saga that brought on the reinvention of Hollywood — was released. The gun-on-the-run magnetism of outlaws Beatty and Dunaway; the ’30s Depression-era desolation set to a jaunty bluegrass vibe; the bursts of violence and quick stinging death; the burnished colours; the screwball neurotic players (Gene Hackman, Michael J. Pollard, Estelle Parsons, Gene Wilder); the fantastic doomed recklessness of it all. Director Arthur Penn's zeitgeist-altering masterpiece also features one of the most famous final scenes in history: a crimson explosion that announced a new cinematic era of death as spectacle.

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