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The movie I have chosen to compare with “Thelma & Louise” is “The Hours”. “The Hours" was evaluated as another great impact after the Sam Mendes that British film made on the American film. Also, I believe the themes of “Thelma & Louise” and “The Hours” are both about women trying to get freedom. “The Hours” is talking about fates of three women in different times that have connected by a book called “Mrs. Dalloway”, written by Virginia Woolf.
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