Inspired from Thelma and Louise final hands scene, signed art print.
** Some 30 years ago, Geena Davis and Susan Sarandon were propelled to new heights of stardom for their leading roles in crime drama Thelma & Louise.
The greatest legacy of Thelma & Louise is a reminder not to settle. It still strikes a nerve.
Were they role models? Was it a feminist parable? Was that ending, one of the few that has truly earned the overused adjective “iconic”, perfect, or a cop-out? In The Last Journey, a 2002 documentary about the making of Thelma & Louise, Sarandon addressed all the noise, and said: “Films at their best should challenge your perspective.” This is film at its best.
*** Bonus “Quote “ print available upon request in order notes.
All prints come with a white border ,if you wish it be trimmed please add note during checkout.
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- Printed on premium archival Fine art paper.
- prints are sealed in a protective clear bag
- signed and dated by the artist
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Aug 5, 2022
I love it! It's a gift for my BFF!