Faye Dunaway in Bonnie & Clyde (1967, dir. Arthur Penn) (via) “Never have I felt so close to a character as I felt to Bonnie. She was a yearning, edgy, ambitious southern girl who wanted to get out of wherever she was. I knew everything about wanting to get out, and getting out doesn’t come easy. But with Bonnie there was real tragic irony. She got out only to see that she was heading nowhere and the end was death. There was a real kind of fierceness I’d seen in Bonnie that
Oscar Ennui: Faye Dunaway takes breakfast by the pool with the day's newspapers at the Beverley Hills Hotel, March She seems less than elated with her success at the previous night's Academy Awards ceremony, where she won an Oscar.