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the 1991 stone-cold classic *Thelma & Louise* is streaming on Prime in the US, BBC iPlayer in the UK, and other services
BRB, just discovered that Thelma & Louise, director Ridley Scott and writer Callie Khouri’s stone-cold 1991 classic, is on BBC iPlayer. I haven’t seen this in absolutely ages, and suddenly I’m dying to see it again right now. This crime adventure, and the badass performances by Susan Sarandon and Geena Davis, definitely played a huge part in my feminist awakening. I was 22 years old the summer this movie was released, and I’m sure I saw it in a cinema, but I have no memory of that. Instead, it feels more like this is a movie that I always have seen, if that makes sense: like it has always been there, lurking in my psyche. It’s long past time for a revisit.
US: streaming on Prime and AMC+ (via Prime); rent/buy on Prime and Apple TV
UK: streaming on BBC iPlayer for 26 days, and on MGM (via Prime); rent/buy on Prime and Apple TV
See Thelma & Louise at Letterboxd for more viewing options.
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