“Their adventures, while tinged with the fatalism that attends any crime spree, have the thrilling, life-affirming energy for which the best road movies are remembered. This time there’s a difference: This story’s daring anti-heroes are beautiful, interesting women. . . . A sparkling screenplay by the first-time writer Callie Khouri.”The New York Times
Thelma & Louise and Something to Talk About
978-0-8021-3462-2 • $18.00 • Paperback • Aug. 1996
When Thelma & Louise opened in 1991, it was greeted with acclaim and controversy, quickly earning first-time screenwriter Callie Khouri a reputation as one of the only writers of real movies for women. She lived up to expectations with Something to Talk About, which won praise for its originality and authenticity. Published here in one volume, these two screenplays give us an opportunity to savor the work of a groundbreaking author.