Thu, 6 February 2014
60's cinema was in a constant state of flux as the old studio films were competing with televsion. In 1967, Mike Nichols made his sophmore film, The Graduate, which told a modern existential tale of a recent college graduate played by Dustin Hoffman who is caught in perpetual state of indecision about his life and the two women who would complicate things even further. But is this film as seductive now as it was the most iconic films of it's age? Or the sound of silence more preferable? Eric, Kent and Lobster are jumping into the deep end of this counter-culture classic.
(Corrected Audio Glitch 2/7/14)