Bonnie And Clyde Analysis

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Bonnie and Clyde was reinvented in an updated film released in 2013,taking a non-fictional story and over dramatizing it into a cult fiction movie. The main characters Bonnie Parker (Holliday Grainger) and Clyde Barrow (Emile Hirsch) are two people who partake in one of the most villainous bank-robbing crime streaks in history, although some historians would disagree. Bonnie and Clyde thought it was right for them to kill and rob people of their goods to help them survive the great depression. While the movie was entertaining it focused more on an unrealistic over dramatization of the true story of Bonnie and Clyde and because of that many key details were overlooked.
Bonnie and Clyde were two people who came together as partners in crime …show more content…

While at her wedding, Clyde Barrow began to look intently and longingly with wonder and fascination. With lust and admiration he began to see what he thought was the future of both together. Still caught up with the vision of her beauty that haunts him he finally gets a date with her. Bonnie being a young lady was fed up with her waitressing job, thus leading her to follow Clyde and turn her life to his desires. It is from this point forward the two have big dreams of a shared love full of recklessness and crime sprees across the South and Midwest.
Bonnie and Clyde first began with few small time thefts. In the film there are several scenes where the audience is made known that during this time period of crime spree the United States was not doing well economically and financially. When Bonnie and Clyde first begin their crime spree “adventure” the country is broke, banks did not have money due to the stock market crash, not including all the unemployed Americans. All this is in essence that Bonnie and Clyde were not very fortune to gain all the money they had both dreamt of to build their so-called “Big White house” (Bonnie and …show more content…

Bonnie and Clyde were gunned down in Louisiana and as mentioned in the movie they were both shot thirty-seven times. The audience could say perhaps they both wanted it to end this way, for their life on the run was non-stop stress. The Bonnie and Clyde film released on 2013 seemed less concerned about the factual and historical part of Bonnie and Clyde’s life. It was more focused on representing a good story to entertain the audience. More over the film being overly dramatized it would be a great watch, a bit elongated but

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