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Bonnie and Clyde Scene 32

Scene 32

Scene 32

  • Sitting in the car in the rain outside Malcolm's house, Bonnie reads Clyde the poem she's written about them.
  • Clyde says he's going to submit it to the newspaper—that it's just that good.
  • Then we see Hamer reading a copy of the poem printed in a newspaper and, finally, Bonnie reading the published poem to Clyde.
  • By this point they're lying around in a sunlit field, having a picnic.
  • He's delighted with the poem, saying, "You made me somebody they're gonna remember."
  • They embrace passionately.