Bonnie and Clyde (1967)
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|MPAA||Rated R for violence|
Sex & Nudity
- Bonnie is nude at the beginning of the film, but explicit areas are covered.
- Bonnie & Clyde are shown in a bed together, kissing passionately. Bonnie moves down and opens Clyde's trousers, about to perform oral sex, but she stops. Both are clothed during this scene.
Violence & Gore
- Violence is apparent, but is usually quickly seen.
- A man attacks Clyde with a cleaver. Clyde eventually defends himself by hitting the man in the head with a heavy object. Some blood is shown on his wounds.
- Clyde shoots a man through a car window. Blood is shown on the glass.
- Several characters are shot in various shootouts throughout the film, usually without blood shown.
- During a shootout near the end of the film, Bonnie and Clyde are both shot in non-vital areas, showing much blood from their wounds.
- Buck is shot in the head. A bandage is put on the wound, but blood is shown seeping through.
- The violence in the film was very shocking for its time, and is still quite abrupt and shocking today, if not particularly graphic.
- Cursing is very infrequent and mostly in the context of Southern slang. The strongest swear is son of a b-tch, used a few times in frustration/displeasure.
Alcohol, Drugs & Smoking
- Alcohol is occasionally consumed. A few characters are seen smoking.
Frightening & Intense Scenes
- The ending scene could be disturbing for sensitive viewers.
- Some scenes in the film are especially intense, particularly the shootout scenes.
- The final scene is probably the most violent. The rest of the film is not particularly frightening or disturbing in the usual sense.
Violence & Gore
- Bonnie and Clyde are gunned to death in a hail of machine-gun fire at the end of the film. Various shots in this scene are in slow motion.