The Thomas Crown Affair
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Parents need to know that The Thomas Crown Affair was a stylish offering in 1968 (remade in 1999) that defined characters with clothing, pastimes, music, and editing. The superficial beauty of Faye Dunaway and Steve McQueen might make it easy to miss the dilemmas posed -- what does a rich guy do to amuse himself and can a career woman give up love in favor of collecting the reward for catching a thief Adults smoke cigarettes and cigars and consume alcohol. A couple kisses, and are shown in bed after sex, but there's no nudity. Someone refers to an affair as a \"sex orgy.\" Armed thieves point guns at innocent passersby during a bank heist. In the course of a precision robbery, a crew member shoots someone in the leg.
THE THOMAS CROWN AFFAIR was a fresh, visually stylish look at a relationship between a successful working woman and a self-made man. Tommy (Steve McQueen) has planned a meticulous, seemingly-perfect bank heist, assembling an anonymous crew, members of which don't know him or each other. Vicki (Faye Dunaway) is the investigator who gets ten percent from the insurance company that paid the bank for its $2.6 million loss if she finds the money. Wearing miniskirts, lacquered talons, and arresting hats, she quickly starts dating her prey, immediately letting him know she's coming after him. He never denies that he's the heist mastermind, but blithely carries on the affair as if nothing about it is odd. They ride his dune buggy on the beach, bake lobsters in the sand, and play chess (in a long remarkable scene full of sexual tension but no nudity). As Vicki falls more deeply for Tommy, she wants to lessen the punitive consequences that he'll face when she nails him, but that love never makes her waver from the ultimate goal -- to catch him and get her ten percent.
The thief had been inspired by the 1999 film The Thomas Crown affair starring Pierce Brosnan as a bored billionaire who decides to entertain himself by stealing a Monet from a reputed museum.Press materials 59ce067264