Double bill featuring two popular dramas. In 'Thelma and Louise' (1991), waitress Louise (Susan Sarandon) persuades her friend Thelma (Geena Davis) to escape her sexist husband and join her on a driving holiday. When they stop off at a country bar, Louise ends up saving Thelma from an attempted rape - shooting and killing the rapist in the process - and the women consequently find themselves forced to go on the run. Along the way their money is stolen by a handsome cowboy (Brad Pitt) and they begin holding-up convenience stores, feeling strangely liberated by their new-found assertiveness. Harvey Keitel stars as the detective who attempts to talk the heroines into giving themselves up. In 'Bull Durham' (1988), a seasoned baseball player (Kevin Costner) is assigned to coach a hot-shot newcomer (Tim Robbins) in this comic romance set in North Carolina. However, the new boy's concentration is diverted by a baseball groupie (Sarandon), who picks a lover from the team every year to train in the erotic arts. A confrontation between the two coaches looms.