Continuity mistake: When Bonnie and Clyde are in the hotel room after they unsuccessfully try to have sex, Bonnie's hair is all messed up. But when Clyde says, "At least I ain't a liar." he turns around and looks at Bonnie and her hair is perfect.
Question: Why is the scene where Bonnie meets her family so different from the rest of the movie? What is the significance in the change of lighting, sound etc?
Question: Where does Bonnie get all her clothes from? From what we see she goes off with Clyde wearing the yellow dress and doesn't have any bags or anything with her. Are we supposed to think she steals them?
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