It seems more like a prop out of a horror movie than an iconic chick flick, but the scary-looking rubber face mask is actually from the 1991 film "Thelma and Louise" -- and, for the right price, it could be yours.Also on Shine: The 10 Best Movies to Watch with Your Girlfriends
The mask of Susan Sarandon's face was placed on a mannequin to shoot the film's gripping grande finale, when Sarandon's character, Louise, drives off a cliff and into the Grand Canyon with her best friend Thelma, played by Geena Davis.
"Let's not get caught," Thelma implores as the police close in on them. "Let's just keep going." And Louise slams the accelerator of the 1966 Ford Thunderbird to the floor and drives.
In the original, unedited cut -- the one that didn't make it to the movie theaters -- the camera followed Thelma and Louise as they fell to their presumed deaths, which is why the studio needed a life-like (or death-like?) mask of Sarandon's face. By itself, though? It looks kind of horrifying.
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