From the start this movie promises something special, staying faithful to the true "legend" the performances are all pitched perfectly. With Estelle Parsons just inching it as Blanche Barrow, Clyde's sister-in-law who originally committed the story to paper in her prison cell. Bought out of curiosity, as I remembered seeing the movie on TV years ago, I was riveted by the style; expert direction and stunning camerawork which truly evoke the depression era. All this and the definitive version of "Foggy Mountain Breakdown" by Banjomeister Earl Scruggs. Feeling fresher than films made in more recent times, any fan of Tarantino will come away from this movie the richer for the experience.