BONNIE AND CLYDE
Thursday, Dec. 2 at 5:10
(1967, Arthur Penn) “We rob banks.” The saga of Faye Dunaway’s Bonnie Parker and Warren Beatty’s Clyde Barrow, real-life robbers in the 30s dust bowl, begins in near farce and ends in hair-raising violence (the laughs stop after kidnappee Gene Wilder reveals his occupation). A watershed in American filmmaking, 10 Oscar nominations, including the five principal actors, with Oscars to Best Supporting Actress Estelle Parsons and Burnett Guffey for his vivid color cinematography. 35mm. Approx. 111 min.