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Bonnie And Clyde

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The film content: Bonnie And Clyde tells a story about two vagrants accidentally meet each other and become mixed doubles famed bank robber hunted across America. However, the daredevil duo still escape the pursuit of law. Secrets and problems are ahead. What await them? Enjoy the film to discover by yourself.
Actors: Faye Dunaway,
Faye Dunaway
Faye Dunaway 14 January 1941, Bascom, Florida, USA
Denver Pyle,
Denver Pyle
Denver Pyle 11 May 1920, Bethune, Colorado, USA
Dub Taylor,
Dub Taylor
Dub Taylor 26 February 1907, Richmond, Virginia, USA
Warren Beatty,
Warren Beatty
Warren Beatty 30 March 1937, Richmond, Virginia, USA
Gene Hackman,
Gene Hackman
Gene Hackman 30 January 1930, San Bernardino, California, USA
Gene Wilder,
Gene Wilder
Gene Wilder 11 June 1933, Milwaukee, Wisconsin, USA
Michael J. Pollard,
Michael J. Pollard
Michael J. Pollard 30 May 1939, Passaic, New Jersey, USA
Evans Evans,
Evans Evans
Evans Evans 26 November 1936, Bluefield, West Virginia, USA
Estelle Parsons
Estelle Parsons
Estelle Parsons 20 November 1927, Marblehead, Massachusetts, USA
Genre: DramaCrimeBiography
Director: Arthur Penn
Arthur Penn
Arthur Penn 27 September 1922, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USA
Country: United States
Release: 1967
IMDb: 7.8
Quality:
Duration: 111 min
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Urban Cinefile
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August 14, 2008

Faye Dunaway and Warren Beatty deliver pitch perfect performances as Bonnie and Clyde, with characterisations that are layered and engaging. Beatty's bravado is infectious, and Dunaway's abandon is life affirming - if doomed.
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Hollywood Reporter
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August 14, 2015

[A] film ... destined to be among the year's most discussed, honored and profitable.
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PopMatters
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May 01, 2008

Those returning to Bonnie and Clyde with this well-deserved special edition could well be shocked by how, well, shocking it is.
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TIME Magazine
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August 22, 2008

Like Bonnie and Clyde themselves, the film rides off in all directions and ends up full of holes.
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Ozus' World Movie Reviews
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July 25, 2010

Goes overboard in its homage to a vicious team of bank robbers and killers.
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Blog de cine
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March 13, 2017

'Bonnie and Clyde' moves between comedy and drama, making an energetic portrait of an America sunk in the depression, made in another vital period, in which the cinema changed to forced marches. [Full review in Spanish]
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The New Republic
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August 10, 2016

A hybrid, an ambivalence, an alternation of achievements and collapses, an attempt to have both ways something not clearly enough seen in either.
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New Yorker
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August 30, 2012

Bonnie and Clyde is the most excitingly American American movie since The Manchurian Candidate. The audience is alive to it.
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Antagony & Ecstasy
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August 21, 2014

After nearly a half century, the film's influence is still overwhelming and obvious.
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New Yorker
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January 14, 2013

Bonnie and Clyde don't really know that killing kills. The film does -- unlike the run of movies about violence now, which mostly know that killing sells.
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ColeSmithey.com
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September 18, 2014

[VIDEO ESSAY] a seamless balancing act. Equal parts true-crime exposé, dysfunctional love story, and Depression-era think piece, the picture underscores American police departments' longstanding proclivity for short cuts to justice, i.e. murder.
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Village Voice
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November 12, 2008

Considered New Hollywood's moment of arrival, tipping square critic Bosley Crowther into retirement (The New York Times, they were a-changin').
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