Thelma & Louise

Thelma & Louise
Thelma & Louise




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Two friends, Thelma and Louise, drive off for a weekend away from their dreary lives. What they get instead is a wild adventure that both puts them in all kinds of danger, but also makes them feel alive in a way they have not done in years. This is terrific film, but one that always causes a lot of debate. Is it a man-hating film, as some people claimed? Or is it actually an irresponsible fantasy rather than a feminist breakthrough? The truth is, it's still incredibly exciting whether it gets you arguing or not.


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Contains strong language and violence, including of a sexual nature.

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