"Every crime has a personality, something like the mind that planned it," says Vicky Anderson ("Faye Dunaway, "Network," "Mommie Dearest"), the sleek insurance investigator trying to figure out the intellect behind a bank robbery so stunning it has Boston’s finest completely baffled.
Brilliantly created by the Oscar-nominated director of "Moonstruck," and starring Dunaway and Steve McQueen ("The Great Escape", "The Magnificent Seven"), "The Thomas Crown Affair" has all the dazzling personality of the intriguing crime it portrays.
"Well-tooled, professionally crafted," (Variety), this intricate suspense thriller is so good it’s, well, criminal! Sophisticated, handsome Thomas Crown (McQueen) has only one worry -- what persona he will take on tomorrow.
But when the genius rogue pulls off a crime-of-the-century bank heist and finds himself pitted against a nemesis (Dunaway) as powerful as he is, his devil-may-care attitude hurls him into an edge-of-your-seat game of intrigue and suspense.