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Le lauréat

The Graduate

Réalisé par Mike Nichols
États-Unis, 1967
Drame, Comédie, Romantique

Synopsis

Benjamin, un jeune homme riche et désorienté rentre en Californie après de brillantes études. Lors d’une réception donnée en son honneur, Mme Robinson, amie de ses parents, le séduit et ils deviennent amants. Ses parents, ignorant sa liaison, l’incitent à sortir avec Elaine, la fille des Robinson.

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Le lauréat Réalisé par Mike Nichols

Prix & Festivals

Academy Awards

1968 | Lauréat : Best Director

1968 | 6 nominations dont : Best Picture

National Board of Review

1967 | Lauréat : Top Ten Films

BAFTA Awards

1969 | 5 prix remportés dont : Best Direction

1969 | 2 nominations dont : Best Actress

Directors Guild of America

1968 | Lauréat : Outstanding Directorial Achievement in Motion Pictures

The year 1967 was significant in cinema history, and if you’re trying to make sense of why, you don’t have to look much further than Mike Nichols’ The Graduate. It is a film which appears at a great turning point in Hollywood film history, at the moments of transition between one era tied to the strictures of classical storytelling and codes self-imposed censorship, and the beginning of a new American perspective on film influenced by artistic innovations from the cinema of Europe.
March 17, 2017
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The Graduate might seem to belong to another age. But in truth it straddles both the old and the new. It survives not just as a peerless Hollywood entertainment but as a one-of-a-kind cinematic portrait of America when it, like Benjamin Braddock at the edge of his parents’ swimming pool, teetered on the brink.
February 23, 2016
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Nichols had made only one previous feature, Who’s Afraid Of Virginia Woolf?, a deliberately claustrophobic chamber piece. Here, he shoots widescreen compositions that use the entire width of the frame to striking effect, and alternates between lengthy choreographed shots and jarring cuts… His use of Simon & Garfunkel’s music was equally revolutionary—movies had employed pop songs before, but never by combining one artist’s back catalogue with original material composed expressly for the film.
February 20, 2016
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