The Outsiders
"Nothing gold can stay."
S. E. Hinton's The Outsiders takes place in Oklahoma in the 1960s. A gang of rough teenagers—the Greasers—are constantly facing off against a rival group called the Socials. When lines begin to blur, fights begin to escalate until things are taken too far.
The title sequence consists of a series of rendered scenes which hint at various events in the story. The mood is conveyed through intensifying sound and color, relating to the classic idea of "staying gold."
Back to Top