Based on the screenplay by David Newman and Robert Benton. French translation by Paule Perez. Imprimerie Hérissey (Évreux, France), 1968. 221 pages illustrated with numerous photos of various versions of the film in black and white. Red hard cover. Under plastic protector. Good condition (see detailed information opposite) Fresh interior and text in perfect condition.
From a true story that hit the headlines in the 1930s in the U.S., director Arthur Penn made a great movie. Warren Beatty and Faye Dunaway are Bonnie and Clyde, bank robbers, the "heads" of the Barrow gang, famous in the annals of crime. A breathtaking story, where we shoot quickly, where wheat fields cross at the speed of lightning, where we hide and we flee, where violence rages, because it is the logical repercussion of the desire to live of a frustrated youth, full of fury, dissatisfied. The adventures of Bonnie and Clyde go beyond the stage of a simple gangster story; these two teenage killers have become, for the American and English public, the symbols of a certain lost youth. Source: Pocket