The Breakdown of 'Bonnie & Clyde'

There are many movies considered classics, but only a few that can be considered so ground-breaking that it changes how the movie industry operates and influences the next entire era of filmmaking. The 1967 crime drama, Bonnie and Clyde is without a doubt one of those movies as it ushered in the New Wave of cinema of the 1970s and brought things like the antihero to the forefront. It was a controversial movie on release but over time proved to be an influential classic. We deep-dive into the movie that helped cement the careers of Warren Beatty and Faye Dunaway on the latest episode of The Movie Breakdown.

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