Director: Arthur Penn

112 minutes| U.S.A.| 1967

This film screened 15th March 2010.

For the month of March, in conjunction with the National Film School at IADT, we are showing four classic Hollywood films that are essential viewing for any film fan. Tom Kennedy of IADT will introduce the films, providing a brief background and location for each within the canon of Hollywood classics.

Special ticket price of €30 (€26 members) for all four screenings. Regular admission prices apply for individual screenings. BONNIE AND CLYDE
They’re young. They’re in love. They rob banks. Warren Beatty and Faye Dunaway are the archetypal lovers on the run who blaze a violent trail across Depression-era America. Based on a true story, this action-packed crime drama broke new ground in cinema terms for its truthful depiction of violence and its real impact. In this film, which is heartbreaking, funny, cruel and tender in places, Arthur Penn blends entertainment with scenes of brutality previously unseen in cinema. Bonnie and Clyde remains a groundbreaking piece of Hollywood cinema.

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