"They're young. They're in love. And they kill people," trumpeted the ad for this Best Picture nominee that dramatizes the lives of Bonnie Parker and Clyde Barrow, notorious bank robbers of the early 1930s. The climactic bullet-riddled, slow-motion death scene is the stuff of film lore.
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