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"bonnie clyde" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM
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"bonnie clyde" Discussed on Classic Movie Musts
"Clyde Barrow Played by Warren Beatty and Bonnie Parker played by Faye dunaway. Meet when Clyde tries to steal the car belonging to Bonnie's mother Bonnie who is bored by her job as a waitress is intrigued by Clyde and decides to take up with him and become his partner in crime they pull off some minor holdups but their amateur efforts while exciting are not very lucrative. The duo's crime spree shifts into high gear once they hook up with the dimwitted gas station attendant. Cw Moss played by Michael J Pollard and clydes older brother. Buck played by Gene Hackman and wife. Blanche played by still parsons. Who is a preacher's daughter? The women dislike each other immediately and their feud escalates over time. Blanche has nothing but disdain for Bonnie Clyde. Ncw while Bonnie Sees Blanche's flighty presence as a constant danger to the gangs survival. Bonnie and Clyde turned from pulling small time heist into rubbing banks their exploits also become more violent when CW botches parking for a bank robbery. Clyde has to shoot the bank manager in the face after he jumps onto the slow moving cars running board. The gang is pursued by law enforcement including Texas Ranger Frank. Hamer whom they capture and humiliate before setting him free arrayed later catches the outlaws off guard mortally wounding buck with a shot to the head and injuring. Blanche Bonnie Clyde NCW barely escape alive with blanche sightless and in police custody. Hamer tricks her into revealing CW's last name who was up until this point still only an unidentified suspect. Hamer locates Bonnie Clyde and C W hiding at the house of CW's father who thinks that the couple have corrupted his son. The elder moss strikes a bargain with hammer in exchange for leniency. For his son he helps set a trap for the outlaws. Bonnie and Clyde stop on the side of the road to help Mr Moss fix a flat tire. The police in the bushes opened fire and riddle them with bullets. Bonnie and Clyde had a budget of two point five million dollars and then ultimately brought in seventy million at the box office adjusted for inflation. That's a budget of just over. Nineteen million and a box office hall of almost five hundred and forty million dollars..
"bonnie clyde" Discussed on Truth and Movies: A Little White Lies Podcast
"Of the trailer of the Holy Mountain that I love those retro trailers so Kemba you leaders a little early today day from Puerto Recording. Was this your first Russky experience and was a trip. It was I think I'm still figuring that out with the I fully enjoyed the triple. Not but just from the moment that this miss the sonic figure appears and I was very ready to go in this little acid trip. The visuals I thought were incredible. And I'm still sorta trying to pass together this row allegory of it. Because it's throwing a lot of either either very blunt. Oh very wild old symbolism at you in every scene but if anything I loved the craft of it and I just appreciate the boldness of it all the the Machine Orgasm section was a loss. Thank you very much. Thank you for joining US Three Cam. We'll we'll we'll check in with you. Make sure that you're OK after watching but queen and slim and the Holy Mountain when we. I'm just going to be priced housing for a while anyway. Thanks for having me Layla. It really is a very strange film. Luckily we're not going to force ourselves into explaining it before we leave. Today will be a long time but I did get a very good tweet from one of our listeners. Dave Liang of the Shanghai restoration project band. He said the Holy Mountain in the kernel of what makes Ross. Great is there but like many artists in their youth. It's still a bit unrefined. His last two movies most recent movies. The dancer reality endless poetry are genius works of art. That's films that I really missed on release. The more recent. He had a long period in the back of the seventies and the eighties and the nineties where he only made one or two films. Most was reputation rests on these seventeen seventies trips. Leyla have you seen these before. This new one Fi have seen this before in I think the perfect way to see it for when I was about twenty three into a very pretentious party and they were projecting all of the walls half hymie highly. Recommend it for that Yeah I think it's kind of hard to quantify something like this in terms of good or bad it's kind of this great breakneck speed and so like it doesn't actually let you sit with things for very long so if you're interested in this imagery here's another one All kind of evolving along the same things you know. Colonialism and Christ didn't The commodification of Christ's and stuff like that a lot of it's quite grotesque. Say I wouldn't recommend trying to eat a snack quotes you uh-huh as I found out to my detriment it's a face of Christ which delicious If anything there's some really great little bits in hair particularly loved when the INCA iguanas colonized by the Spanish bullfrogs and and then they explode but as it went on I think a lot of the kind of endless sex objects of women and as one who really enjoys getting right near the beginning in this kind of It starts to get a little bit Purell in that. What department and I did feel that this is not a person who likes women towards the end? There's just some kind of strange humping of a mountain for no reason and he does seem to always go to that with any of the kind of female characters the emerge so I mean maybe I'm I mean I'm looking forward to seeing some more of his work because filmmakers do mature The time in this did feel like in many respects the work of a young and man. Yes I am with the two hours. If you have an so very of its time in terms of an art movie that could become a cult film home so this film in his previous film El Topo which is an acid western and similarly goes off the rails and goes purely surreal and it succession of imagery nudity and A sacrilegious symbolism They were both big on the midnight movie circuit. And that's where John Lennon and George Harrison saw his films. And that's when John Lennon said to Allen Klein had Apple Co we need to fund. This guy's next movie Could you imagine if like who won't be coolant debut. There's no even equipped filmmaker today. Today's competitive Chris. Martin said I'm going to the next film by this exploitative Essilor filmmaker. I don't know Yeah it does It it does kind of speak to George Harrison John Lennon as as depending on which beetle you prefer the George Harrison funded Monty Python and on the front abyss. Yes APP not to give anything away but one of the Monty Python's has a very similar ending to. This is what I really does a very true. Actually there's something about how Alejandra Goethe's Greece so happy had sent himself in these films. Noticed himself if you watch El Topo. He plays the main character who's a spaghetti Western type figure thicker and he's accompanied by a mostly naked. Young boy who's played pie his own son. I wonder Bronze Zero Skis. Now an actor he showed it very recently in the most recent some fantastic beasts movie of all things and weird too. I saw you very naked before you were the consent. And there's a lot of quite point surprising child nudity. He probably wouldn't get with now This is a lot of stuff with them. One disabled characters that also thankfully you. I wouldn't be able to get away with now gun very of its time. Yes and he's a filmmaker. That's being generous because some of it is I'm pretty sure even the seventies it wasn't reconsidered but certainly as a visual filmmaker. You'll you'll see imagery it's like Lubin. Well Yo actual art cinema where you are. Seeing surreal. Art comes to life and takes strange turns not expecting and maybe it would be best. I watched if you're under the influence of something. Certainly they apparently were under the influence on sets at various points improvising this this film. But I don't know I I if I find out of ski sometimes more interesting to read about than to watch You have to be very specific mood for this sort of thing do but thankfully I don't think it necessarily needs to be what she wants it in take Three or full things if you get tired of it because there's no real thread throughout that you have to particularly cling onto There's a really good wealth of writing out that about this films. Some of which I think speaks to how the seventies guard experimental Counts cultural. Cinema Movement has been reappraised over the years. There's a piece on Vice Canada. I remember reading a few years ago that I took it down again about watching this film with your mum. It has let vice article six taking a piece of extreme cinema room watching it with with parents But it is true. This sort of cinema has in a way becomes becomes something that's projected Head to parties or Sort of Gotcha. You sit someone down. Watch what their reaction is or you go to a late night screening but maybe this release Arrow films of His first three films in a new restorations may be his time to to go back and see. What may we missed? Maybe what we can take from this. I think it would make fantastic Second or third date film just something to talk about off doors. There's plenty of it's there. And it kind of zips along quite nicely that you can kind of give you know seventy five percent of your attention and kind of be checking on the person that you're with Yeah Yeah I mean it's it's Sunday. What seeing and you will go deeper a figuring deeper comeback but sending me listeners? That's is the Holy Mountain. Let us know what you think if you do drop that film assess any point soon or if you have any other feelings on Alejandro Your Roszke I would make it very a quick plug. He when he wasn't making films. He became a very prolific of comic writer in France in the nineteen eighties and his work has been republished in the last ten years or so. It's all amazing. Oh by Jingo known as mobius one of the best artist there is. That's in some ways. I think a better absentations position than his films. But I I might be saying something quite controversial there anyway. Let us know what you think about the Holy Mountain Janowski's films or either than releases this week at the usual channels.
"bonnie clyde" Discussed on Truth and Movies: A Little White Lies Podcast
"From the trailer for Queen and Slim there. So can't believe this is the feature debut for Molina Matt soukous music correct Sir of beyonce's lemonade amongst things and also the first feature screenplay from Lena wife who people may know is she wrote a really great master of none and his they paid on screen as well. We excited this film and did it panel Wellesley. When I first heard of it I quite likes the idea of Black Bonnie and Clyde right as it it sort of self describes as I was mostly familiar with layaway sweat from the monster. None episode she wrote and up form. It's necessary which by the fraternity likes sort of my radar apart from Comments she's made in the press which I guess I'll get background too but I was like show up. This looks interesting resting. And then I started hearing about The content of the film itself and my a interest so started to wither. And then upon seeing it it. I'd Yeah I felt that concern was justified. is Vilnius constantly putting itself on the back. Something that it doesn't feel like it's accomplishing very much approach. It doesn't really have the commitment that you'd expect from a foam that is readily having characters saying with Black Bonnie and Clyde because it has this sort of initial act which is portrayed as a Revolutionary Act And it's seemed to be billed as such in the trailer like sort of reversal of this sort of stop and search shooting scene that you've seen so many times this very bold reversal of it and then sort of hand rings about it for the rest of the movie and it has this really really strange depiction of almost every cup. That pops up in the movie that either saints or them monsters or just negligent or full. Oh and just completely unrealistic people. It just doesn't really seem Capable of engaging with its subject matter in any way beyond the broad strokes and and it doesn't help that beyond that every decision it seems to make from the get-go is sort of just the wrong one a link the idea that this defense turning Who seems to be the lucid one in a situation that has spiraled out of control this is green played by John Smith She's telling don clear we have run. He can't talk to your family because you'll make them accomplices. Although in the same scene she is a victim at best She's been shot by this cup. She seems to have a good head. I don't know she was a knows what she's doing and then runs anyway tons itself into an accomplished while lecturing the character about it so it just seems like the very inception of this premise. Ms Just doesn't really seem to make any emotional sense. You could attribute it to blight panicked but I feel like it just kind of gets off on this wrong and just continues down this path. I have the lot of struggling with this baby is going to be quite difficult to his mouth without losing my mind But this many strange notes throughout the whole thing and in the clip that you heard. There's a some this this has been bothering me since I've seen it in the clip that we just heard in the trailer. There's a sample from the song running away by the far side. The sample is used in maybe one of the worst sex scenes I have seen since Munich and at least Munich had going for it. That you could tell it's point it may have been weird and sweaty but you knew what was going for but here it's just like the dead to us. What if it was that? But it didn't mean anything. It's so crazy. And then on top of that. They using this sample with this sort of very very indulgent piano cover Track it kind of running over it with this intimation running away sample and then it's intercut with this violent protests. Yeah it's insane. It's insane actually. Really be a gun shot with an orgasm crazy just I don Oh my God. I'm sorry I'm sorry. I don't understand what leads them to some of these decisions like they thought they were making transient political point by saying list. But a lot out of it just comes off like a secondary school kid China. Write poetry like this really insane. Lines like the Stuff that that saying while the the talking is offscreen offscreen so their mouths shut but they just like very like very passionately staring into each other's eyes while someone saying align like I wanted to show me scars that I never knew I had. And what does that mean. Well it looks like really are losing your mind lately. What did you make this film? Similar CAM different Pretty similar Louis yet that technique of keeping their faces still with the dialogue. Just playing over them is so weird and then they just stopped doing it. uh-huh really into a major change minds. That was extremely great thing. I mean what I would say for. The film is that it is genuinely gorgeous gorgeous. I mean there's a scene in the beginning in Medina looks just like I'm the Edward Hopper Painting Nighthawk these long language Shots going through through the deep south which is just stunning. That lit so beautifully. Their skin looks incredible Let's about it. It's link it a lot of it feels like it's best styled as like still photography the way like cut together and it moves just doesn't really mean anything to me like this things like Denno Khalil's having his haircut at one point in film and it cuts to just like these different severi slightly different angles at the same thing happening. It's a very handsome film but it just that I. I don't think that style is much in service of anything. I guess you could say. It's a celebration of this sort of Black Style and the way that the skin looks on camera. I think Is a thing that we could use more of in Hollywood because a lot of the time people don't know how to light it. I think I think it wasn't particularly revolutionary here in when compared lead to something like say moonlight where everyone has this very other worldly glow when it's a lean light it is not absolutely but it's like it feels was like a film entirely constructed around that photograph that's on the poster and it doesn't like with them in the garage with the clear in the below trek soon her address in the car and it doesn't feel like it feels like it's constructed outwards from the way that doesn't really make sense I mean there is a sudden power to the image. I mean it's it's very rare that we see to such dark skinned black actors like falling in love and being the lead in something. I mean that little credit. He said love freely though they seem to hate each homered warm up. They seem they seem like they can't stand each other's company. Well Yeah and that kind of speaks to what you mentioned earlier about. Her characters may division so like deeply annoying. Because it's like should he just really old fashioned portrayal of femininity of that. You're just going to sacrifice everything even though technically you could just live now shot in the leg. Just go to the hospital. That was an incident. Maybe be like okay well. He went that away when he actually went the other way. But there's no unreason equal drama which they said that she's defensively. I defend them in court or something because he attended. You don't need to like throw your life away. It could have been a very different film but that picture this on the poster does play a role in the plot. It's photograph is taken off them. And that's one of the key references it makes Bonnie and Clyde the fact that's a photograph can create the moment creator A whole new moment for a class struggle Laura any sorts of political struggle and that feeds into. How is this Black Bonnie and Clyde film Elm unlike maybe you just saying about cop? Fields and fields is pushing forward any CREPE statements or does it feel like as a film these made right now. This film seems like it very much wants to be a film of the moment and I wonder where does it fall down for being that. I think one thing like if they Bonnie and Clyde the most passive Bonnie and Clyde ever I mean they really make any. I mean after the first decision which is really had they really do anything sort of you know just bouncing around from place to place kind of reacting to things as they come I didn't love it. which is pretty apparent I did love seeing but keep woodbine. I love him I felt in some ways. He was like a public embodiment of what was wrong with this film. Like he's got a phenomenal actor like him You've made him a pimp. You've styled aalto. He looks incredible. He's wearing a some sort of gorgeous like custom Gucci. And you know he delivers all of his. Mind's really well at the end of the day you still putting you team would bind as a pimp again like we do something different with someone of his caliber also I feel like his character is into another problem. I had with the film in that it kind of feels like a hates women. A lot of the time like Queen never really comes up as much more than like a sort of this humorless scold she's constantly lecturing but maybe it's it's too little too late. She's rarely given moments where she gets to have chom. I suppose that's not the most important thing. But then when you look when you examine it alongside booking would binds character who she. She admits is responsible for a great trauma in her life and And then also you see him smacking around like other women and then she's just in the very nexium she's just like all right bye cool And she's just completely fine with it and it just seems like the film is as well. It doesn't really interrogate anything about his character. No at least not while he's on screen gene but then even when it's disgusting it's sort of just like hand waved away just a quick. Oh no he's got. PTSD THE DSP. It's fine everything's fine a feeling feeling. I know it's coming but Campbell scores. Would you give this I think for an anticipation to it was permanently at about a three and then I started hearing do things Enjoyment I'm one. I thought I had a great while. It was still in its early stages. And then when they encounter the sort of cowboy hat wearing good cop character and it is completely just went downhill and state-of-the for me In retrospect one I probably could go lower than not if I tried to Leyla I really liked Lena. Weights spanksgiving upset of master of none. So I was and I loved honor killer so I was probably at a full watching it An three and I ended up in a one kind of. She took a moment for me after it to sit down and really think about what I do of me to appreciate. How many levels? It fails a lot of decisions. Made all of them wrong. Oh wow well. That's the last word on Queen and slim that's in cinemas this week as is David Copperfield up next. We have film clip which is a restoration. That's hitting cinemas this is well. It's is.
"bonnie clyde" Discussed on Truth and Movies: A Little White Lies Podcast
"It's never too early for Sherry as it. So Leyla Ella. I'm under unique cheese mainly known for his TV and film work in satirical comedy. His last feature film was death is talent of course TV has in the loop thick of its and veep deep. This is a bit of a departure of him right. Yeah I mean. He has done some BBC programmes exposing his absolute adoration of Dickens. More I have seen and that was one of the reasons I felt slightly wary coming into this Like you know. I'm not a huge period drama Passan and coming into this like that was particularly thrilled to see like a love letter to David Copperfield. And also you know as much as we admire a lot of Our Mundane issues work. He's not particularly known versity capacity so even something like veep is a little less diverse than no. Then it could have been and In the loop and dam. I'm in the thick of. It are not exactly known for their kind of cosmopolitan casting. How ever I actually felt that the company costing in what perfectly well it sort of 'em something that's often employed on the stage There's a few other flourishes with costing the you know people's ages off the new really makes sense in this film. You have a couple of characters that play more than one role And so it just kind of speak to that sort of modern theater production thing thing and As soon as you sort of settled into it instantly forgotten and you're kind of safe in his hands that he's not doing anything you know just for like stunt costing Austin or anything like slightly grubby or ill advised. I loved it I thought it had this really sweet whimsical tone with these lovely bits of monty python surrealism. That come in like you actually have a little hand coming through the roof You have like little silent film into Louisiana. You just kind of absurd things that really make sense. Has this sort of lovely British warm heart. There might be a little bit of Paddington to I kind of wanted to call up say for at Christmas time. Orion gotTa Watch it with the whole family. Yeah I thought it was great. I'm he sort of filters out a lot of the grimness of the actual kind of source material and he's Papered over some of the kind of slightly more depressing parts and just kind of really elevated a lot of the comedy Tilda swinton attack. You Donkey is something I could watch a thousand more times Ben Wishaw as you're a heap like he kind of really goes into fists like slimy Obsequious kind of gross overly really humble character and like makes him at times. A little heartbreaking like genuinely hilarious. I mean him and his mother talking about heavy cakes aches was delightful and even something like Peak capacities character where on paper is pretty grim. Because he's like slowly losing his money the and by the end of living on the streets It's all quite jolly and fun. I mean when his like possession when his possessions taken by the bailiff at sort of Is One of the more amusing moments of the film and Yeah I really I really enjoyed it. And even someone who doesn't particularly Rate Death Potala. Tally thought he was perfect. He sort of this like open face smiley long kind of human muppet kind of you can very convincingly believe is about eleven points in thirty others like yeah. I was very pleasantly surprised by this film. If we stay with that for a second there has been some talk about this this colorblind Casting Death Patel Tau playing David Copperfield. What effect does not give an should it? Is it really as big a deal as we as we think. Well I think from quite early on. I felt that he was telling us it. Just forget about it. This is not going to make sense. We've gotTa have that People's races will not add up. At first. I thought maybe his late father was supposed to be Indian but quickly becomes apparent. Apparently they just not doing it so you do have to kind of take on good faith that he's he means nothing by Dev Patel's race and you are just entirely space to kind of put it to one side so combo. What do you make of nickel field? I was GONNA say about it being this very sincere and Often Jovial even at its status points. It came as a surprise to me because it's not like a new cheese known for being particularly warm and fuzzy when like his last film the death of Stalin basically took all of its grimaced elements into shop. Did to a point. And it's having main character the sort of ping pong back and forth between poverty and wealth and back again and and he didn't take it all in stride So I thought it was very interesting for him to sell his suddenly completely work against type and have this very pleasant honest film us with the Columbine costing I've been thinking a lot about it in relation to a lot of demand that I've seen of Greco little women Where okay people were sort of Suggesting the same approach taken to maybe like the march sisters where I didn't think I would. I don't think that would work for that film in particular because that's a film that's going to extensively about their whiteness Here it's it's more Focused on this sort of upstairs downstairs Sir Dynamic and these Different clubs politics More so than I've never read David Copperfield psychot- say how much race plays into that. Dina can in the book or at all. It's the IT worked. I think especially with The inconsistencies that it creates. And you've got this character telling you up front that this is a true story like this is my life and it sort of gives gives you this slight remove From whether or not patriots. which I I kind of enjoyed whether I'm the I'm not sure whether or not that is the point that I i? It's a sort of a side effect that I came to enjoy his unreliable unstable element of talking about this film reminds me o of the conversation we had around the table with the guests at the time about the day shall come the Chris Morris. Film Chris Morris New Mnuchin close together and television the nineties and the day today and they were seen at the time of the two great assume British comedy. And it's very marked that Amando at this time where we always need Saas most some would say is going into the past going into literary -tations do you think there's something we can glean from this about. Today's Britain Leyla or is that not the point. Is there something else we're taking from. Well I mean I sort of not hugely I kind of felt it more with something that might kind of bring us together because I felt that this was actually quite a celebration of Britishness and Both God of Modern Britishness and kind of British kind of literature divisions is very small more impersonal story. I mean the kind of politics of it all really come into it I. We've got some kind of slight plus structures but people as two more painted to be eh like responsible for their own circumstances. There's no light greater kind of speaking to like the systems in place making this person industrial. It's very it's it's cool very fluid because he saw these people move between these different spaces rather than being deeply entrenched under the I'd say the only rigid differences the mannerisms of like some people like the sort of I I can't remember the name of the prep school but the friends that cup field makes who always see him as is lower class person but otherwise Most of the cost actually moves like very readily between like different spaces while they they might gripe about it. But it's not something that is set in stone at any point so I think you're right that there's no defined kind of close real defined clause structure to it if that name's not really and it does seem that even the sort of like more tragically poor people blitz little bit portrayed. The that is sort of them has great that like in particular. Oh you've got a family living in an upturn both on the beach and it's very much they're not even dreaming any big like this whole thing they don't really have any ambitions to kind of do anything move maybe a couple of hundred yards away and stuff like that so yeah. I didn't think it really delves too much. To kind of Whitelaw struggle. I think that's quite interesting for for a developing. Think of his ambitions. He's somebody who you know even this week. His New TV series is primarily gone sky. I believe in. It's a Sifi comedies. And he's never done before so he's a guy he's clearly still still quite a decade and a half Kirk no two and a half decades into his career try new things and maybe we don't need to look in Petar anymore much of the classic David. David Copperfield is in that new Lawrence leading nine Yeah a few of the other more minor players whose name evade me Yeah I have that. She did get to see the first episode of that and Let's hope it improves. Okay I suppose to wrap upon David Copperfield. Then Dickens takings may maybe some people some of his books at school certainly some stories that Christmas carols adopted many times but his large ovals like this seems to be the preserve Folks Christmas TV multiple miniseries. Is there a reason. Cohn C- this film rather than go and read the book and the scene of the rotation Yeah Yeah I think it's an incredibly creative an interesting take on. It is He's really created something that Jenny hilarious parts and interesting and kind of ZIP spy by It's just kind of a lovely warm hacker for film and As you find myself quite annoyed afterwards because he think that something like the Baptist really should be giving the little bit of a boost in recognizing some you know fantastic British performances. And what's gone into this and irritated. That like bombshell gone alone all of this nominations and and something like this was completely overlooked. You'd think this would be like right up their alley period drama. I think in the end they had nation in best casting and in terms of the on camera side of things not so much Leyla scores which you give Copperfield in advance Johnson with a two whilst I was watching it I was just completely on board So go five and then I come down a bed so four comedy final comments. Let's in schools. Yeah I I think I agree that it's very Sort of warm and kind of comforting film despite its a like on paper. It's quite grim. I'm glad that he I'm glad that energy didn't lose sites of while the broader political points of the story when he was making it while it is the way we were talking about it just now when it was like The poor characters also the victims of their own making doesn't make it sound but I thought it was interesting in still seeing how it so very very traditional argument's of wealth corrupting and Different it kind of taken a rags to riches tale. I thought it was good. I am very fond of energy mainly familiar with Stalin in the thick of it so I was. I'd say I was looking forward to this so I would say my anticipates about three Mike Novick a full because again swinton on the warpath against donkeys is. Ev resistible I thought it was a very lovely lighthearted. Watch good January stuff. And in retrospect I think a three mainly because of this old of slightness of its politics when I am used to something a little bit sharper from in each especially at the back of something like the death of Stalin which is navigating this the collapse of this regime It felt slightly but I suppose that's fine and find is how I feel about it in the end. Say I'd say three okay. Well that's is the personal history of David Copperfield in cinemas this week also in cinemas this week up next. We have.
"bonnie clyde" Discussed on Truth and Movies: A Little White Lies Podcast
"Where might we register for Yeah so you can find me occasionally popping up in little white lies and Um certain about Films and race in kind of weather relapse in the Guardian and I am a regular contributor on also the food journalism seeing so if you need a restaurant recommendation mutation. I'm you'll Gal I'M GONNA agree about that off Mike and that was an unintentional pun so we were easing you in with the Holy Mountain Club. This week will have to come back later and see what he made of that but before we get on with the new releases we do have some business up. I the PODCAST team truth. Movies are going on a road trip. We're we're going to Rotterdam This week to the film festival out there. That's running twenty second January second February. We're going over recording special episodes. Maybe do some interviews as well. It's going that'd be me. David Jenkins and analyze Rotterdam at his one of the best festivals in the world is huge sprawling when the people come back with all sorts of discoveries. He's from their main. Competition is the TIGA competition which is mainly about highlighting first and second time feature filmmakers says all sorts of discoveries that you can make their? It's funny that it happens at the same time as Sundance with Sundance is the next big American indie hits this. These are the World Cinema Champs But then the sprawling program has all sorts of delights in it You may be going to see a six hour. Long Essay film you can go and see some multimedia installations set in the the far distant future with an e sports Olympics as when I was reading about screening events that I've seen that really jumped out at me the having a focus on Howard Shaw. Aw the composer WHO's there this year they're doing a live score. Screening of crashed David Cronenberg film with how it's choice score clearly be highlighted lighted there. They all have bunk. joon-ho moments out there doing domestic class and to mark occasion. That doing a special screen your parasites in black and white which is an an artistic choice. I'd like to see. It said look to see that film again on the screen and if bungs their credible anything for directional knicks exactly but he has listeners. Look out for those special episodes that were landing your podcast feeds over the coming days from Rotterdam we have one more order of business before we go into the new releases last last week in film clip we talked about terrence. Malick stays of Heaven. And you may remember. David Jenkins was no way pushing. It went off on one about the narrative contrivance about the main characters presenting in to be brother and sister Robin husband wife or lovers well we got an email. Hey from have the wall who actually is the producer of this podcast. She schooling as Heya have have took exception with little bit with with David's rants. And said maybe there's a reference here to the Bible of course turns Malik being quite a Bible Fan in a way she he says if you Google Terrence Malick Days of Heaven Abraham you can see that there's a theory out there online that may be that relationship between the main characters and days of heaven is a reference to the story uh-huh in the Bible. So if you're interested in going down that repel maybe. David could let a few things. If you follow that Google link anyway we should get on with this week's new releases up. First we have Armando IANNUCCI tackling dickens in the personal history of David Copperfield New Life One of Charles Dickens most cherished characters in the personal history of David Copperfield from birth infancy adolescence to the goodhearted David. Copperfield is surrounded. Antibi- kindness wickedness policy and wealth as he meets an array of remarkable characters in Victorian England narrative is far more than fiction him. AM which is the true story of the life. I was about to leave very l.. She's dead very sorry. I can easily recall. People have strong character morning Sheri Alley..
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"Talk about their Johnson's summer said calling John hello using my favorite tablet Kendall square office as a nice L. because you're I I caught you on the tail end you're talking about that after that was on you know Bonnie Clyde Michael J. Pollard yeah I I didn't realize that I said all I know you're talking about because you know all I heard was you play in the audio from it yeah and I said oh man you know he put me on that put on hold I went to my candle candle is the key word and pull them up and you remember I'm on nineteen sixty six and Star Trek Mary zero is no possible way now Louise Aquino may be able to answer that question yeah there is no way I can answer any Star Trek related trivia nine zero I'm out of the game over I can only tell you I know okay Kirk wasn't Spock it was in nineteen sixty six he put he was one of the actors in the app so called Mary Mary Mary yeah okay or they Spock and and captain Kirk liner on this planet that was diseased and and basically the only thing was rolling the planet was all these kids and guess who is one of the ruling kid ha ha Michael J. Pollard really yeah on the on the disease the planet yeah with the disease so basically with the pandemic on the planet and is basically.
"bonnie clyde" Discussed on Crimes of Passion
"Them. Coming up the strange in jarring impact of the raid in Joplin. Now, the conclusion of the story. The rate of the barrow, gang and Joplin, Missouri left to officers of the law, dead county, constable west Harriman, and Joplin policeman, Harry mcginnis authorities were outraged, but it did not take them long to find who was responsible the purse blanche left behind contained her divorce papers from her previous marriage, and her marriage license to buck barrow from buck police and furred CLYDE, and from CLYDE, they inferred Bonnie, WD Jones was never officially identified even though he appeared in the most important piece of evidence found at the scene. Investigators found a camera and several rolls of film at the Joplin house when they were developed the revealed, the five members of the barrow gang mostly playing jokes and having fun the pictures that stood out the most. However. Featured Bonnie Parker and one photograph, she's holding up, CLYDE with the shotgun. While the pair share a smile in a second. The ostentatiously kissed as though in the movies, and then there is one, the features Bonnie with her leg lifted seductively on cars hood note that this type of posed was risque for the time period, with one hand Xi totes, handgun in her lips. Restless, gar, and on her face rest of scou-, despite these more masculine prompts. Bonnie still wears her clothes and style with grace. She is relatively clean for her lifestyle. Her fashion is intentional and realized and despite her stern expression. There is something jovial and carefree about what she is doing. She embodies, both the masculine and the feminine all at once blurring the lines of an income. Credibly divisive world. So it's no wonder that when the police released the series of photographs to the press in the hope of getting leads it didn't have the exact desired effect. The photo spread like wildfire and the legend of Bonnie and CLYDE was seemingly born overnight. The crime duo certainly weren't the first to make waves and headlines, they follow John Dillinger, pretty boy, Floyd, Ma Barker all renegades, all household, names, and even they were spiritual descendants of Jesse James wild Bill hickok, and the other infamous outlaws of the nineteenth century, the point is lost were not a new concept, there had even been women outlaws, but outlaws that were in love. That was something new. That was something that dipped further into the waters of the forbidden, causing a deliciously satisfying shiver to run down the spine of America. A two thousand seven study by several professors from the university of LeicesteR found that there was a link between celebrity worship and search for personal identity during Bonnie clydes time, most American citizens were swallowed by the beast of the great depression. While Franklin Roosevelt have recently been elected, and was beginning to stabilize the economy. It would still take years for this to be realized the dust bowl in the planes of the south, west cast a shadow over the agricultural community and sent shockwaves of illness throughout the territory workers were angry. And on strike poverty seemed shackling and never ending. And to the common man, there was little hope on the horizon, personal identity was completely foreign concept to the majority celebrities in films, were much more mythical creatures than they are today, distant and complete. Early unrelievable, but Bonnie and CLYDE were just like everyone else once lost in the impoverished masses they were able to take fate into their own hands to discover love and life in the tumultuous rubble of the great depression. They were the outlaw lovers the pair that said, no to fate and yes to their individuality, the country was desperate, and Bonnie and CLYDE, with their pictures, toting wide smiles, and guns and jokes were not. And so the common people of the depression era found in identity in rebels, like the outlaw duo, it allowed people for time to live in the fantasy that they too could reject the law never mind that the criminal duos day-to-day existence was most likely worse than the average citizen. Never mind that they were. Probably more focused on their own survival than anything else, they had chosen their life, and that was simply a luxury few could afford. For
"bonnie clyde" Discussed on Crimes of Passion
"But life on the open road was not so jury clients publicity offered them. Little chance at secrecy. They often slept in the car, bathe in creeks and rivers the farmers for food tended to their wounds with makeshift medical supplies. They drink bootleg moonshine as a way to pass the time and to deal with the mosquitoes, and constant paranoia, but they had each other, and they were nomadic and free. The barrows crime spring went on the road like a traveling circus making appearances and Indiana. Ohio, Louisiana, New Mexico and a glaucoma, but they made it a point to be back in Texas when on March twenty second nineteen thirty three buck barrow was released from the Texas penitentiary Huntsville, he reunited with his estranged, wife blanche and sought to convince his brother, CLYDE to go clean after all. All it was buck who got him into the life of crime in the first place. Unfortunately, just the opposite happened, when Bonnie and CLYDE came to visit buck, they slowly worked at his innovations until buck and blanche agreed to take a vacation to jump in Missouri. So in early April the five man crew, including the two couples and a teenager named WD Jones rented a house at thirty three forty seven and a half thirty fourth street and went on what they dubbed a vacation. And for a time it was prohibition, had just been lifted on beer, and they drink and played cards keeping late hours blanche felt uncomfortable with clydes raucous lifestyle but she loved book, dearly, and trusted him to remain level headed when it came to his brother, unfortunately, none of them would have that chance Joplin was. Relatively well known for bootleggers during the prohibition era and the neighborhood took note of the strange occupants at thirty three forty seven and a half thirty fourth street. They were always up until the wee hours of the morning, making noise they often kept nice vehicles in their driveway. That's seemingly manifested out of nowhere. One night. Some would swear that a gunshot went off in the house. It was enough to warrant a small task force. They were used to dealing with alcohol dealers. A fine a light prison sentence than everyone wash their hands and went back to work on April thirteenth nineteen thirty three local policemen, Tom graph and Harry McGuinness led the raid with highway. Patrolman GB caller, and w e grammar along with county, constable west Harriman, they expected, a quick in an out job. They brought along their light pistols and case things got a little too rowdy. The five men law enforcement crew pulled up to the house, just as CLYDE barrow and WD Jones were shutting the garage west, Harry man leapt from the squad cars drew his gun and attempted to get inside the closing door. Clyde responded. With a blast from a shotgun. The shot struck Harry men in the neck. He fell to the ground in blood to death as chaos of -rupt it around him. Blanche barrow was in the kitchen when she heard what sounded like distant gunshots. She didn't think much of it until her husband. Buck came bounding the stairs. He shouted that the cops were there. It was time to leave immediately before she could stop him book took off back down the stairs toward the sound of the gunfire disoriented. Bonnie meter way to her room her purse, she needed her purse, her whole life was in there. She started down the hall. But then there was WD doubled over and clutching at an open bullet wound in his side. He nearly toppled over. But blanche was able to hold them up. The gunshots finally quit and blanche followed the sound. Of clydes beckoning shouts, supporting WD the hallway to the garage when she got to the scene of the carnage. She took brief note of the mingled bodies in the driveway, and then, moved to help CLYDE push the police car out of the way, blanche felt delirious, there was blood everywhere. The garage door was torn to shreds, WD was moaning about his death and to obliterated, police officers lay stock still impose of their own blood CLYDE shouted to get in the four to be eight blanche obeyed really, there was nothing for her to do, but OBI with client at the wheel, the V eight pulled into the street and took off down the road. Not a single shot was fired after them.
"bonnie clyde" Discussed on Crimes of Passion
"Then he was gone before she really understood what he had said she waited for hours, barefoot close. So through her body trembling with an uncontrollable shiver and still, there was a distant exhilaration coursing through her a desperate fulfillment, that made her feel light, and easy, even as she stood up and walked into the road, even as the town mob, slapped handcuffs on her and stuck her in the backseat of the car. Will explore the aftermath of Bonnie's arrest after this? Darkness tragedy pain. These things hide within every beloved institution. And most people are none the wiser every week. The park cast original, the dark side of pulls back the curtain to bring you the most salacious stories and disturbing details behind everything we hold most dear. You'll learn the dark side of Hollywood, where on the set of the wizard of Oz numerous accidents and actors to the hospital, and Judy Garland was beaten by director and Nazi sympathizer, Victor Fleming, the dark side of music, more Elvis, Presley was so obsessed with death that he brought France to a mortuary at three AM to look at corpses and the dark side of the bible, which contained stories of demonic giants, unicorns and child sacrifice. You've heard the good side. Now here, the dark side of search for and. -cribe to the dark side of on Spotify or wherever you listen to podcasts again, searched the dark side of or visit par cast dot com slash dark side to listen now. Now back to the story. On April nineteenth nineteen thirty two Bonnie Parker and Ralph Foltz were arrested after an attempted robbery at a hardware store in Kaufman, Texas. Both refused to identify their third accomplice, who was, of course CLYDE barrow Klein trying to uphold his promise of rescuing his lover and his partner over the next few days. He attempted various robberies to earn the supplies. He would need to break them out of prison. However, these were either botched called off or in one case involving the murder of an innocent citizen, CLYDE, wasn't the one to pull the trigger. In fact, he wasn't even in the room, but the wife of the deceased man, identified, CLYDE, as one of the three men present. He was now officially wanted for murder forced to lay low. Clyde, could only listen through the grapevine as Foltz was sentenced to ten years. In prison, and he could only pray as Bonnie was brought in front of the Kaufman grand jury on June seventeenth nineteen thirty two it had been two months since Bonny's arrest. She occupied her time by writing stories and poetry one in particular, Koster, mother, great dismay as a subject of the poem seemed awfully familiar. There, I fell for the line of a henchman a professional killer from CHAI. I couldn't help loving him madly for him. Even now I would die. One year. We were desperately happy are ill gotten gains we spent free. I was taught the ways of the underworld, Jack was just like a God to me. Though the story took on some rather large exaggerations. It's clear that she was relying her venture into the criminal world through love, Sal, the main character of the poem laments than after taking the wrath for her lover, Jack, he fails to break her out and she gets five to fifty years in prison. However, the real Bonnie Parker was not so unlucky in court. Bonnie alleged that she was kidnapped and forced to participate in the Kaufman robbery. It was a story. She had practiced with Foltz it worked. The grand jury ordered Bonnie to be released immediately. Her mother Emma rejoiced, believing that now was finally the time, Bonnie could break free from clydes, suffocating, influence, Emma's dreams were not to be when she was released. Bonnie went back to CLYDE straight away. She moved in with him and Raymond Hamilton. Another ex convict in Wichita falls, her desire to reunite so quickly with CLYDE was interesting for two reasons, I it's a litte fide that Bonnie had little to no interest in pursuing a career as a waitress or any other profession in which her middling income would leave her relatively trapped second Bonnie knew that, CLYDE, had no intention of ever going to prison again, after failing to retain an honest job. He made the choice to fully pursue a life of crime. That choice had a singular outcome. Clyde would die. He would do everything in his power to avoid capture. And if that meant going down with guns blazing so be it Bonnie was well, aware that CLYDE felt this way it was. The reason he left her in the irrigation ditch in Kaufman. He knew she could survive a stint in jail. He could not. So when Bonnie chose to go with CLYDE in nineteen thirty two she was choosing to die with him. This is how strong her love was for the well dressed charming year old she would break the law would defy and reject. Her mother would sacrifice her own life if only to live briefly with, CLYDE barrow the deal they made wasn't a deal with the devil. It was a deal with Aphrodite -i with her son EROs the one who shoots arrows through your heart. Accept these wouldn't be EROs. They would be forty five caliber bullets from automatic rifles. Client had already been testing out the limits of his newfound packed and his days before prison. Clyde, would always run when confronted with authority. Now he was overtaken with an instinct to fight a two thousand four study and behavioral. Neuroscience lent, by Menno crook. PHD found that stress hormones in rats and aggressive behavior work together in a positive feedback loop. That is when the stress hormone increased aggression increased and displaying aggressive behaviors increase the production of the stress hormone nothing stress CLYDE out so much as returning to prison, or he was overworked lived in squalid, conditions and was repeatedly abused and sexually assaulted the simple thought of returning. Into that environment was enough to cause, CLYDE to lash out so whenever confronted by police and thereby the possibility of arrest, CLYDE, began resulting to violence, this only served to snowball his aggressive tendencies. Whenever CLYDE found himself in a jam. So in the coming months of nineteen thirty two and nineteen thirty three CLYDE and the barrow gang were responsible for the deaths of several men on August fifth nineteen thirty two clients shot Eugene, more an under sheriff from string town, Oklahoma. And a firefight instigated by the illegal consumption of alcohol outside of a community dance on December twenty fifth nineteen thirty two client shot Doyle, Johnson and front of his family after he tried to stop CLYDE from stealing his car on January six nineteen thirty three CLYDE shot. Fort Worth deputy, Malcolm Davis with the shotgun at point blank range client began to build a reputation. He was well dressed and put together he carried his signature gun a Browning automatic rifle. He drove fancy cars and often had a particular beautiful young. Woman at his side. It became a trendy thing in Texas, Oklahoma and New Mexico to attribute a crime to CLYDE barrow and his gang. He was a mobile outlaw he could dry for hours on end without rest. So when simultaneous reports of robbery emerged in both Texas and Oklahoma. Of course, they were attributed to the ghost bandit of the southwest in reality most of these crimes, we're not clydes doing, but he did appreciate the mystique generated, he in Bonney started collecting the various news articles about him as veneers. The pair weren't just kids from the slums of Dallas anymore. They mattered. But
"bonnie clyde" Discussed on The Projection Booth Podcast
"This so i can see where people want to make this into a feminist film because this is a female protagonists but yes she's not necessarily a strong female protagonists is just more of a a slice of life kind of story and also showing what people were going through at this particular time anyways nando to bonnie and clyde because the thing that struck me the most is the lack of suspense he know for a film with bank robberies in it i really like i wasn't on the edge of my seat you know it was going to end badly yeah no matter how it ended know there was no dramatic music nope that the cuts weren't that stylistic it was like watching a bank robbery happened in real life in being like oh is that it barbara load in hated bonnie and clyde again another hollywood movie it's like oh people like faye dunaway and warren beatty would be too beautiful to end up in that sort of life and i can't say i disagree i mean the real life bonnie clyde were not looking we're not beautiful they were not particularly charismatic i mean yes the real bonnie parker did write poems but they were just you know two bit robbers who've got a little bit of notoriety along with a bunch of other robbers at the time we will bonding inclined mostly robbed convenience stores they weren't necessarily the hero to the people that portrayed as in the arthur penn film where they're taking down you know the the banks the big mucky mucks.
"bonnie clyde" Discussed on Female Criminals
"Hendrix. Barbiturates are highly addictive and addicts can feel restless and anxious withdrawal from Amitav can occur as soon as eight to twelve hours after the last dose and can cause restlessness anger and violent outbursts blanche and buck would stay with Bonnie while CLYDE and WD went out to rob stores at this point in the summer of nineteen thirty three, Bonnie was either addicted to Amtel are going through withdrawals from it. This made her angry and volatile. She would argue with blanche and buck often and eventually they didn't even wanna stay with her. Barbiturate addiction has physical and mental effects. The mental effects can include mood swings, agitation, irritability. And even strained relationships. There's no evidence as to whether Bonnie kept using arbiture. It's after her wounds began to heal, but people who are dependent on arbiture. It's can also go through withdrawals as they stop taking the drug which have the same symptoms according to blanche Bonnie would threaten to fight her and said she was sick of having blanche and buck with them. She wanted it to just be her and CLYDE again with WD. Bonnie apparently told blanche that when she was healed, she would fight her and prove that she was stronger than her, but Bonnie's wound never had a chance to heal fully before her death CLYDE would watch over Bonnie. But even he had a hard time dealing with her, he went to Dallas to get her mother but brought her sister Billie Jean instead. But even Billy didn't have much luck with calming Bonnie down. CLYDE tried to throw the drugs away, but Bonnie got vicious with him. Bonnie was only twenty two throughout nineteen. Thirty three and her leg would never fully heal. She was unable to stand without someone's help, but the gang kept moving on July eighteenth nineteen thirty three in Platte City, Missouri, Bonnie CLYDE blanche buck and WD were in bed when they heard banging on the door. Buck immediately sprung into act. Shen grabbing a gun and rushing toward the door. He shot through the windows and CLYDE joined him shooting the police officers who were outside CLYDE told everyone to go outside to make their escape on the way out. Buck got shot in the head, but didn't die. Immediately blanche helped him to the car, but her head was grazed by a bullet. She was also hit in the arm got glass in her eyes. And eventually fainted WD came out of the fight unscathed. Although Bonnie was getting better. By this time, she was still too weak to fight. She even had trouble trying to walk. She stuck it out in the car during the fight, the gang sped off to decks, field park in Dexter, Iowa to hide out for a while. Bonnie and CLYDE went into town to steal medical supplies for blanche and buck whose bullet wounded head wasn't getting any better. But no one in the gang had died and Bonnie and CLYDE. Were determined to see that no one would the car they use to flee to Iowa, had eighteen bullet holes in it from the Platte city shootout and it's hard to lie low with a bullet riddled car, killing two birds with one stone, CLYDE stole a doctor's car, which had a medical bag in it on July twenty third nineteen thirty three bunny CLYDE and the gang were ambushed. WD and CLYDE were both shot and the gang jumped into the car. CLYDE tried to drive away, but ended up stuck in a ditch. Bonnie said they should get out and run, but running was harder than it sounded Bonnie could barely walk with her leg injury. Let alone run. Bach was dying with a badly bleeding. Bullet wound in his head Blanche's is were still wounded from the Platte city shootout with WD and clydes new wounds. The entire gang was injured. Seeing no other option. They ran for it. They made it up a hill with CLYDE WD and Bonnie shooting behind them blanche and buck didn't think they could go any farther after a few more attempts at running away and trying to catch up with Bonnie CLYDE and WD buck and blanche were arrested, Bonnie CLYDE and WD escaped, but Bonnie and CLYDE wouldn't be free for long only ten months later, Bonnie and CLYDE would be lying dead inside another bullet riddled car betrayed by someone they thought was a friend. With Bonnie CLYDE and WD all injured. It was difficult to evaluate their options. Escaping on foot had been too much for Bonnie. She was barely conscious and begs WD to put her out of her misery. WD had a wounded chest and leg and CLYDE had a wounded arm and leg. They were distraught thinking about buck and blanche who they believed had to be dead in reality. They were both in the hospital. Buck died there from his wounds while blanche was treated and later transported to prison where she would stay for ten years, Bonnie CLYDE and WD plan to find a farmer with a car that could use. They
"bonnie clyde" Discussed on Female Criminals
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So FIA stone, a home demonstration agent had been visiting at their boarding house when the theft happened Dillard and so- FIA decided to take so fee as car and chase after WD who was driving away with Dillard's car, Bonnie and CLYDE. Notice them tailing WD and followed them when the barrow gang caught up with Sophia and Dillard CLYDE approached them hitting Dillard several times with the butt of his pistol and forcing him to get into their car, Bonnie got out of the car and cursed at the woman. Forcing her inside the car is well, Bonnie and CLYDE drove the hostages to Arkansas. They let them go under the condition that they would stay turned around until Bonnie and CLYDE were out of sight. CLYDE asked Dillard how much money they had and they didn't have much. So he gave them some to get by on Dillard and so- FIA broke their promise and turned around before Bonnie. CLYDE. We're out of sight. They immediately told the police, the license plate number. So FIA tried to say Bonnie, hit her and wounded her which most likely wasn't true. This was the first recorded public sighting of Bonnie and CLYDE since their escape from Joplin the barrow gang left town after that, but they couldn't find WD who is still riding around in the stolen car for a while. They all laid low for Bonnie and CLYDE that meant robbing convenience stores or shops in states. They hadn't been to lately, but they managed to stay out of trouble for a while when they met farmers who told them they'd seen the photos of them Bonnie was insistent that she didn't really smoke cigars. Bonnie always wanted to be ladylike and proper, and it wasn't proper for ladies to smoke cigars. She smoked cigarettes but was just fooling around with a cigar for the photos. It was crucial that they knew this about. Her and she would tell everyone. It's strange that she thought cigars would ruin her reputation. When she stood accused of robbery and murder, Bonnie had always wanted to be glamorous. She didn't like the way cigar smoking would look. She may have had a bad reputation, but it was her image. She had to uphold Bonnie and blanche acted as getaway drivers for the small robberies, CLYDE and buck would commit over the next few weeks on may eleventh nineteen, thirty three, the gang headed to Lucerne Indiana, and set their eyes on the Lucerne state Bank CLYDE and buck laid down on top of the volt and waited in the Bank overnight. When the banker came to work in the morning, they were going to surprise him. But the banker saw them first and shot at them Bonnie and blanche, followed the plan to a T coming in the getaway car, right? As they ran out of the Bank to escape the bullets. Some civilians try. Had to stop the car and old man threw a chunk of wood at the car and CLYDE gave Bonny a rifle Bonnie shot at the man, but missed Bonnie. Didn't like guns and tried not to use them whenever possible. She later said she missed the man on purpose. One week later, they headed to oak bene- Minnesota, where they robbed a Bank and made sixteen hundred dollars, which would be worth about thirty thousand today. Seven hundred dollars of that money was in silver dollars and Bonnie and CLYDE wanted to give the silver dollars to their family. According to blanche on mother's day nineteen, thirty three, Bonnie desperately wanted to go to Dallas to see her mother CLYDE thought it was a bad idea and they fought blanche says, Bonnie. Almost shot him over the idea of not letting her go considering Bonnie's commitment to CLYDE. It's unlikely she would have shot him, but her mother did mean the world to her in. Last episode, we talked about how Bonnie and her husband, ROY Thornton moved in with her mother after they were married as teens because she was so homesick without her Bonnie's fear of abandonment that came with losing her father at a young age may have given her anxiety about being away from her mother, Bonnie may have loved CLYDE more than anyone else in this world. But her mother was a close. Second. Finally, CLYDE allowed blanche to go to Dallas to get his and Bonnie's. Mother's blanche brought Bonnie's mother Emma to the meeting place, and Bonnie was thrilled on the trip to the meeting. Place blanche had told Emma about Bonnie and CLYDE exploits. Ama- took Bonnie aside and tried to convince her to leave CLYDE and turn herself into the police, but bunny wouldn't hear of it. Emma said it was inevitable that CLYDE would die. And Bonnie said that if that was the case, she wanted to die with him. By this point, Bonnie had many chances and reasons to leave CLYDE. He had gotten her arrested. He disappeared for months after she broke him out of jail, he could be abusive, but she's still stayed. Many studies have been done on toxic relationships and what kinds of people fall into them there, two kinds of adults who often find themselves in quick moving clingy relationships, those who are anxiously attached meaning they fear abandonment, and those who are high on attachment avoidance. Meaning those who shy away from emotional connection. I'm guessing Bonnie could be considered anxiously attached. That's right. Psychologists Lorne Campbell and terror. Marshall discovered that anxiously attached people are most vulnerable to toxic relationships because they tend to have low self esteem and are afraid of being abandoned their known to seek reassurance constant emotional support, and to become obsessed. With their partners. I think it's safe to say Bonnie was obsessed with CLYDE. I would say. So her love for CLYDE combined with her sensation seeking personality would have been more than enough to keep her in this life of crime. Ama- was obviously distraught by her daughter's decision, but she in Bonney enjoyed the rest of their short visit before Bonnie and CLYDE went back on their way. They also finally met up with WD after their long separation. We don't know what he did while he was away from the game, but we know that he joined back up with the barrow gang as soon as he could that's summer in nineteen thirty, three police in Iowa, Missouri and Texas formed a coalition to take down Bonnie and CLYDE. They didn't know about the group of interstate police who were working together to arrest them, but even so the summer of nineteen thirty three was a difficult one for them and their gang. On the night of June tenth nineteen. Thirty three in Wellington. Texas CLYDE was driving fast down a dark country road reaching speeds of seventy miles per hour. Bonnie was in the passenger seat and WD was in the back outside a farmhouse CLYDE crashed through a barricade and the car rolled several times. The farmhouse belong to the pictured family when the Pritchard's and their son-in-law Alonzo Cartwright saw what happened. They ran outside Bani was trapped inside the car. The car battery was smashed and acid poured out onto her right leg burning her badly. The Pritchard's helped pull Bonnie from the car and took them all inside. They tried to convince CLYDE to bring Bonnie to see a doctor, but CLYDE refused Alonzo Cartwright was suspicious of this and went to get the sheriff. The police showed up and went into the house where Bonnie was lying. Probably unconscious from severe acid burns CLYDE, got the jump on them pulled a gun and took them hostage. He shoved them into the back of the car. Then he carried Bonnie to the car and put her in the back seat as well. She had cuts on her face and arms and suffered from the burns. She was moaning in pain and probably still unconscious farther down the road, CLYDE tied the police up and set them on the side of the road, CLYDE and WD met back up with blanche and buck, and they rented a cabin to stay in for the night. CLYDE. Rarely wanted to spend money on proper lodging, but Bonnie was hurt too badly to sleep in the car by June fifteenth, nineteen. Thirty three, five days after the accident. Bonnie wasn't getting any better. CLYDE took the chance of getting a doctor. The doctor insisted bunny needed to go to a hospital, but CLYDE refused to take her. It was too dangerous. Showing up to a hospital would mean immediate imprisonment for the duo. The doctor prescribed Bonnie of arbiture at drug called Amital a depressant and sedative that helped Bonnie sleep through her pain between nineteen thirty and nineteen ninety barbiturates were listed as some. The most abused drugs in the US. Many celebrities throughout history have died from arbiture at overdoses, including Judy, Garland, Marilyn Monroe and Jimi Hendrix.
"bonnie clyde" Discussed on Rotated Views
"And one day you're like i'm not that bad in it and just to work on that one because in my mind that's going to build your confidence and then give you the fuel needed attack the big guy like dang i stink at making compliments or whatever all right so let's move on all right so what does a partner in crime mean to you that the rider die is that the bunny clyde bonnie clyde good oh classic each other's back they support everything you do and you vice versa on them support what they do all right so now we're going right to it right how would you rate your relationship with your significant other when okay so when it comes to like teamwork balance you supporting their dreams and then going through that that list that was provided where overall well obvious all right so like we could talk about the obvious i mean when it comes to balance i think that's like an everyday thing you got to work on right i mean there's there's always gonna be some lopsided thing going on and it's this kind of talking about the moving parts in our episode last week when we're talking about you have to properly engage in multiple things all at the same time and in this article they're talking about have mutual friends but then have friends that aren't quote mutual so you know i bring in friends the relationship and then she brings in other friends but you know kind of do their thing and at the same time you know the example gu said give each other space so it's like but then.
"bonnie clyde" Discussed on Q: The Podcast from CBC Radio
"But i think you know another film it comes to mind in that vein would be something like my own private idaho by gus van zandt came out in 1992 deals with gay characters on the road you also have spike lee doing a film like get on the bus which deals with african american issues and in each of these cases it's not just that the drivers have been swapped out and the genre is doing what it usually does the genre is being used in these films to address serious political issues so you told the sheriff theory walking to nebraska us right to get my mayor nar recently there have been some really interesting road movies about elder drivers are seniors on the road that i think are really interesting like this film nebraska by alexander payne ito is a really interesting recent take on the genre okay dad she returned to drive his said i couldn't trimmeddown lucas street it's only a few blocks snow traffic one sheer truck the road movie can be taken up by almost any perspective and any type of character who who needs to reflect on their life and get away from their life and we discovered their life so that's the power behind me allure of the genre mm that's it thank you for listening to my gateway to wrote that was your cue gateway are cute toll booth to road road movies especial thanks to david later men author of driving visions exploring the road movie and happy anniversary to planes trains and automobiles john hughes travel comedy starring st martin and the late john kennedy turns thirty this week for more cbc podcasts go to cbc dot c a podcasts.
"bonnie clyde" Discussed on Q: The Podcast from CBC Radio
"Then in the nineteen 80s when you're in the fullblown blockbuster reagan the upi era road movies return kind of reborn with much more diversity you'll there are a lot of sort of hollywood comedy road movies that come out i'm thinking films like the cannonball run films that might be late 70s um and planes trains and automobiles once them probably drug down doutriaux you know a lot of other comedies that kind of trivialize the road movie to a degree they don't rely so much on being on the road and what that means the road be as more of like a pretax to the comedy emily antics a moron iran iraq but at the same time you of a whole new generation of american independent filmmakers who very much a react take your late the road movie and i'm thinking of directors like jim jarmusch david lynch the coen brothers and gus van zandt who all make different kinds of road movies as they start their careers um they just tend to be really ironic really suffer flex serve a little more eumerus but still very quirky an interesting gaza fight negro bite he webs of him that rhythms both item we impacted heavily involved in a funny shapes doc belgian circular saw it where's junior remaining putting me north up we're leaving the coen brothers did a filmed in the late eighties called raising arizona that i think is a great funny road movie that you know is kind of making fun of conservative political values i would also mention you know i mean i think gus van zandt his first film was drugstore cowboy his first feature and that that also um did you know deals with drug addicts traveling on the road through the northwest and elite character played by matt dillon eventually decides he doesn't want to be on the road anymore and he goes to his hometown and he hooks up with debts father figure played by william burroughs which to me is very symbolic of like the spirit of jack kerouac and the bgeneration and on the road that novel that was so important to the genre initially it's interesting but i think it's also kind of uh insidious celebration of getting off.
"bonnie clyde" Discussed on Q: The Podcast from CBC Radio
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