If you ask someone what their favorite Steve McQueen movie is, they probably won’t say The Thomas Crown Affair. That’s a bittersweet testament to his career, because the entire movie is him being awesome, wealthy, and sneaking his thieving fingers into Faye Dunaway’s private collection.

He also steals some artwork from some people.

Effortlessly cool, it’s a study in mod everything – from clothes to furnishing to attitudes, and it represents a version of the 1960s where mutants aren’t constantly trying to stop the US and USSR from blowing each other up near Cuba.

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