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Critical Essay | Interview by Ridley Scott and Amy Taubin

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Interview by Ridley Scott and Amy Taubin

SOURCE: Scott, Ridley, and Amy Taubin. “Ridley Scott's Road Work.” Sight and Sound 1, no. 3 (July 1991): 18-19.

In the following interview, Scott discusses the filming of Thelma and Louise, the movie's role as a feminist film, and his future projects.

Its high spirits and dazzling good looks notwithstanding, Thelma and Louise suggests that the situation of American women is dire indeed. When Louise (Susan Sarandon) comes to the rescue of Thelma (Geena Davis) and kills the man who's attempting to rape her, few in the audience feel that murder is unjustified. And when Louise rejects Thelma's suggestion that they go to the police with a despairing, “A hundred people saw you dancing cheek to cheek. Who's going to believe us? What kind of world do you...

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