We are delighted that writer, historian and critic Pamela Hutchinson will introduce this screening of director Ridley Scott's landmark female-driven film to mark its 30th anniversary.
FROM RIDLEY SCOTT, DIRECTOR OF BLADE RUNNER, ALIEN, GLADIATOR AND THE NEW HOUSE OF GUCCI....
"Susan Sarandon and Geena Davis star as female outlaws trapped in a patriarchal world in a film that remains a biting outlier"- The Guardian.
Thelma and Louise - a bored housewife and a straight-laced waitress at a coffee shop - are best friends who are sick of what they've settled for. Deciding to escape the tedium of their everyday lives, the pair sneak off in Louise’s '66 T-bird convertible for a three-day fishing trip with no husbands, no boyfriends and no problems. But things don’t go quite according to plan when an encounter with a drunken, foul-mouthed, would-be rapist transforms their quiet getaway into a cross-country escape that will change their lives forever.
Pamela Hutchinson is a freelance writer, critic and film historian who contributes regularly to Sight & Sound, the Guardian, Empire, Criterion, Indicator and the BBC. She has written essays for several edited collections and is the author of the BFI Film Classic on Pandora's Box and the editor of 30-Second Cinema (Ivy Press).
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Susan Sarandon and Geena Davis
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