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22nd Jan '15 4:23:25 PM 05tele
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* In the 1962 film the breakfast scene, where Annie attempts to teach Helen table manners, is one of the most astounding eight minutes in cinema. The critic David Thomson considered it to be more violent than the climactic scene of BonnieAndClyde, another film by the same director.

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* In the 1962 film the breakfast scene, where Annie attempts to teach Helen table manners, is one of the most astounding eight minutes in cinema. The critic David Thomson considered [[http://www.theguardian.com/film/filmblog/2010/sep/30/arthur-penn-bonnie-clyde-tribute considered]] it to be more violent than the climactic scene of BonnieAndClyde, another film by the same director.
22nd Jan '15 4:21:56 PM 05tele
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*In the 1962 film the breakfast scene, where Annie attempts to teach Helen table manners, is one of the most astounding eight minutes in cinema. The critic David Thomson considered it to be more violent than the climactic scene of BonnieAndClyde, another film by the same director.
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