I just finished watching the 2019 NETFLIX film " The Highwaymen " If you have already seen it, then you will know what I am talking about. If you haven't seen it, I can highly recommend it. This is the story of the two Texas Rangers that tracked down Bonnie and Clyde. The story is true and this script is very well written and it gives the perspective from the law enforcement side. Now the 1967 film " BONNIE & CLYDE " directed by Arthur Penn, will always be a classic, but this particular film is totally different from that film in every aspect, so don't fall prey to thinking that this is a remake of that film and that the style of that film is repeated in this film, it isn't. And I think that all of you H.A.M.B. members will be very pleasantly surprised at how good this film is. This film is period correct, 1934, and the automobiles in this film are from that time period. The cinematographer in my opinion had to be a " CAR " guy, because in almost every scene, are the very cars and trucks that will make any of the H.A.M.B crowd simply drool with envy. But its not just the element of the cars that we all like, that are in this film, its the amazing attention to detail of everything that you see in every scene. The rusty corrugated sheet metal on the roofs, the pop bottles, the choice of the rare Selmer Maccaferri acoustic guitar being played, the tractors, the buildings, the radios, the guns, the advertisement's, old worn out signs, etc. The dialog between Harrelson and Costner, isn't wrecked by humor, its the conversations of two old friends that don't have to say a lot to get the point across. This film is tastefully done, and I want to emphasize to all that are my age ( 66 ) and older, this film is literally a time machine, it will take you back to a lot of places that you have been in your life, as stated, this cinematographer is very tuned into attention to detail, and his skill and craftsmanship shows that he cared enough to get it right. Its worth it to watch it to the very end and I mean all of the credits right to the very end. This film is a sleeper, its been over looked, this film is one of those films that should be enjoyed at say places like El Mirage, Bonneville, or any hot rod reunion or gathering when gear heads are sitting around enjoying libations in the evening, car enthusiast's will enjoy this film. So will anybody that has been in law enforcement. Dennis.