Bonnie and Clyde (Penn, 1967): Islington Vue Cinema, 9pm
This film, part of the Vue Cinemas Back to Vue season, is also being screened on Wednesday 22nd. More details here. You can find all the details of the full season here.
Chicago Reader review:
When Fritz Lang filmed it in 1938 (as You Only Live Once), the story had a metaphysical thrust. When Nicholas Ray filmed it in 1948 (They Live by Night),
it was romantic and doom laden. But by the time Arthur Penn got to it
in 1967, it was pure myth, the distillation of dozens of drive-in movies
about rebellious kids and their defeat at the hands of the
establishment. It's by far the least controlled of Penn's films (the
tone wobbles between hick satire and noble social portraiture, and the
issue of violence is displayed more than it's examined), but the pieces
work wonderfully well, propelled by what was then a very original acting
style. With Warren Beatty, Faye Dunaway, Gene Hackman, Estelle Parsons,
Michael J. Pollard, and Gene Wilder.
Here is the trailer.