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Badlands


  1. Directed by: Terence Malick
  2. Produced by: Terence Malick
    Edward R. Pressman
    Louis A. Stroller
    Jill Jakes
  3. Written by: Terence Malick
  4. Music by: George Aliceson Tipton
  5. Cinematography by: Tak Fujimoto
    Stevan Larner
    Brian Probyn
  6. Editing by: Robert Estrin
    Billy Weber
  7. Release Date: 1973
  8. Running Time: 94
  9. Language: English

Clips

  1. A&F Discussion Thread
  2. IMDb.com
  3. Wikipedia
  4. Netflix

A baton-twirling teen falls for the James Dean of garbage men, and they’re off on a romantic cross-country killing spree, inspired by the famous 50s criminal pair Charles Starkweather and Caril Ann Fugate. To this day, the pair’s apparent detachment from the gravity of their crimes remains shocking and mysterious, but their suffering leaves a strong sense of shared responsibility for the flames, the violence, and the loss. The film’s radiant cinematography, poetic sensibilities, engaging characters, and literary voice-over narration quickly launched Terrence Malick into the pantheon of great American directors. – Jeffrey Overstreet


  1. Directed by: Terence Malick
  2. Produced by: Terence Malick
    Edward R. Pressman
    Louis A. Stroller
    Jill Jakes
  3. Written by: Terence Malick
  4. Music by: George Aliceson Tipton
  5. Cinematography by: Tak Fujimoto
    Stevan Larner
    Brian Probyn
  6. Editing by: Robert Estrin
    Billy Weber
  7. Release Date: 1973
  8. Running Time: 94
  9. Language: English

Clips

  1. A&F Discussion Thread
  2. IMDb.com
  3. Wikipedia
  4. Netflix

A baton-twirling teen falls for the James Dean of garbage men, and they’re off on a romantic cross-country killing spree, inspired by the famous 50s criminal pair Charles Starkweather and Caril Ann Fugate. To this day, the pair’s apparent detachment from the gravity of their crimes remains shocking and mysterious, but their suffering leaves a strong sense of shared responsibility for the flames, the violence, and the loss. The film’s radiant cinematography, poetic sensibilities, engaging characters, and literary voice-over narration quickly launched Terrence Malick into the pantheon of great American directors. – Jeffrey Overstreet

A baton-twirling teen falls for the James Dean of garbage men, and they’re off on a romantic cross-country killing spree, inspired by the famous 50s criminal pair Charles Starkweather and Caril Ann Fugate. To this day, the pair’s apparent detachment from the gravity of their crimes remains shocking and mysterious, but their suffering leaves a strong sense of shared responsibility for the flames, the violence, and the loss. The film’s radiant cinematography, poetic sensibilities, engaging characters, and literary voice-over narration quickly launched Terrence Malick into the pantheon of great American directors. – Jeffrey Overstreet


  1. Directed by: Terence Malick
  2. Produced by: Terence Malick
    Edward R. Pressman
    Louis A. Stroller
    Jill Jakes
  3. Written by: Terence Malick
  4. Music by: George Aliceson Tipton
  5. Cinematography by: Tak Fujimoto
    Stevan Larner
    Brian Probyn
  6. Editing by: Robert Estrin
    Billy Weber
  7. Release Date: 1973
  8. Running Time: 94
  9. Language: English

Clips

  1. A&F Discussion Thread
  2. IMDb.com
  3. Wikipedia
  4. Netflix
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