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Eyes Wide Shut
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Runtime: 105 minutes
Theatrical Release: 11/08/1968
US DVD Release: 04/24/1997
for seven Academy Awards® and winner for Best Director, this groundbreaking
and "wildly hilarious" (The Boston Globe) social satire
launched the career of two-time Oscar®-winner Dustin Hoffman and
cemented the reputation of acclaimed director Mike Nichols. Pulsating
with the rebellious spirit of the '60s and a haunting score sung by
Simon and Garfunkel, The Graduate is truly a "landmark film"
(Leonard Maltin). Shy Benjamin Braddock (Dustin Hoffman) returns home
from college with an uncertain future. Then the wife of his father's
business partner, the sexy Mrs. Robinson (Anne Bancroft), seduces
him, and the affair only deepens his confusion. That is, until he
meets the girl of his dreams (Katharine Ross). But there's one problem:
she's Mrs. Robinson's daughter!
calculated, but hugely popular film which, with the help of an irrelevant
but diverting Simon and Garfunkel soundtrack, proved one of the biggest
hits of the '60s. Hoffman, looking for the most part like a startled
rabbit, got caught between the rapacious Mrs Robinson and her daughter,
and suggested a vulnerability that was sufficiently novel to turn
him into as big a movie star as all the he-men like McQueen and Newman.
The film itself is very broken-backed, partly because Anne Bancroft's
performance as the mother carries so much more weight than Katharine
Ross' as the daughter, partly because Nichols couldn't decide whether
he was making a social satire or a farce.
by Time Out
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charming and funny scene from this landmark movie, we particularly
enjoy the opening as she takes a puff of her cigarette, and then holds
it on as he kisses her as not to offend him. Wonder if she was always
this polite to husband Mel Brookes!
Buff Rating: 3