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In the American imagination, Bonnie and Clyde are always white. The new movie Queen and Slim reinvents this doomed love story, and challenges viewers to re-evaluate how they racialize the runaway lover trope.
Americans love the legend of doomed young lovers on the run. In Queen & Slim, that love gets reexamined.
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Okay Tide Pod Nov 27
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Bonnie and Clyde were very bad white people. Why would black people want to identify with that?
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Jessie Zimmer πŸŽ„πŸ”¨πŸ¦Œ Nov 27
Why would anyone want to?
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Mindy Robinson πŸ‡ΊπŸ‡Έ Nov 27
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Imagination? It’s a true story. πŸ™„
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mike meyers Nov 28
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I guess this is just our imagination...
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Arturo Linares Nov 27
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Bonnie and Clyde were white tho lol wtf?
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Arturo Linares Nov 27
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Big Chimpin’ Nov 27
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Let me Voxsplain something that you guys- they were actual real people.
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Harry Irene Nov 27
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Voxaplain? I love you
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Seekerfall products house of Art and Nonsense. Nov 27
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"Bonnie and Clyde were murderous bank robbing criminals who were gunned down in a police ambush. LET'S CAST THEM AS BLACK PEOPLE!!!" "Sir that's brilliant!!!"
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πŸ€˜πŸΎπŸ³οΈβ€πŸŒˆ Bapman πŸŒπŸ––πŸΎπŸ‡§πŸ‡©πŸ€ŸπŸΎ Nov 28
I am legit laughing out loud.
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