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The Graduate

Mike Nichols

Ben Braddock (Dustin Hoffman), fresh out of college and disillusioned with life, finds himself stuck between his older lover, Mrs. Robinson (Anne Bancroft), and her daughter (Katharine Ross).

“A milestone in American film history!” – Stanley Kauffmann

“A landmark! Just as pungent – and funny – as ever!” – Leonard Maltin

“The funniest American comedy of the year… Hoffman is so painfully awkward and
ethical that we are forced to admit we would act pretty much as he does, even in his
most extreme moments. Bancroft, in a tricky role, is magnificently sexy, shrewish, and
self-possessed enough to make the seduction convincing… Benjamin’s acute honesty
and embarrassment are so accurately drawn that we hardly know whether to laugh or to
look inside ourselves.” – Roger Ebert

Best Director (Academy Awards, 1968)
Best Picture, Best Actor in a Leading Role, Best Actress in a Leading Role, Best Actress in a Supporting Role, Best Adapted Screenplay, and Best Cinematography nominations (Academy Awards, 1968)
Best Director (New York Film Critics Circle Awards, 1967)
Outstanding Directorial Achievement in Motion Pictures (Directors Guild of America, 1968)
Best Written American Comedy (Writers Guild of America, 1968)
Best Motion Picture: Musical/Comedy, Best Motion Picture Actress: Musical/Comedy, Best Motion Picture Director, Most Promising Newcomer – Dustin Hoffman, Katharine Ross (Golden Globes, 1968)
Best Motion Picture Actor: Musical/Comedy and Best Screenplay nominations (Golden Globes, 1968)
Best Film, Best Direction, Best Film Editing, Best Screenplay, Most Promising Newcomer to Leading Film Roles – Dustin Hoffman (BAFTA Awards, 1969)
Best Actress and Most Promising Newcomer to Leading Film Roles – Katharine Ross nominations (BAFTA Awards, 1969)
Best Original Score Written for a Motion Picture – David Grusin, Paul Simon (Grammy Awards, 1969)
Named to the National Film Registry, 1996


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