>Love Is a Many-Splendored Thing – Part 6


The Graduate (1967) – Elaine & Ben

This is an unforgettable ending scene, which obviously contains spoilers, so if you haven’t seen the film yet, don’t watch the vid.

16 Comments to “>Love Is a Many-Splendored Thing – Part 6”

  1. >I liked that movie. I saw it years ago. I'm stuck in Denver trying to get home to San Francisco. I can see the video,but there is no sound9I'm sure it isn't you,Romeika, it's the stupid airport computer). It's a great scene. It's one of the most famous in movie history.

  2. >Romeika, adoro essa cena, especialmente aquela parte em que Elaine e Ben estão no ônibus e ele dá aquele sorriso maroto, como se pensasse: "acabei de fazer uma traquinagem". rsrsrsrsrsrsrsrsBom final de semana!

  3. >Hi Seraphine, hope you've managed to go back home. And then see the video with sound efterwards;-)Kamila, tb adoro essa atitude espontanea do Dustin Hoffmann nessa cena haha Lembro que certa vez vi o Mike Nichols falando sobre o filme, e sobre essa cena em particular. Ele apenas disse para os atores se portarem de forma natural, bem relaxados, sem roteiro ou ensaio, como se fossem eles mesmos.. Ficou muito humanizado, dificil de esquecer esse momento. Adoro.

  4. >Romeika, o Dustin seguiu exatamente os conselhos do Mike Nichols. A cena é toda espontânea, especialmente a parte em que eles já estão dentro do ônibus.

  5. >Wonderful! You left me wanting to watch the movie again. It's just one of those cinematic moments when it's all bliss, passion and pleasure. Love this movie.Ciao!

  6. >Não sei se você já sabe, mas "The Graduate" é um dos meus filmes favoritos e essa cena é fantástica, obrigado por me relembrar disso. Abraço!

  7. >Hello Romeika, you always put great movies and I really love your movie taste! Very classic xxxxxxxx

  8. >Wow, long time no see this movie, as a matter of fact it looks a little old in the sociological and cryptographically way. Bit this particular scene if great; also the soundtrackCheers

  9. >Oh, that's such a wonderful movie.

  10. >Adoro este filme! E essa cena é mesmo inesquecível!

  11. >I think this movie is fantastic and I often want to know what would have happened to them.

  12. >LOVE your pictures below – so pretty and summery 🙂

  13. >Há quanto tempo não comento por aqui né Romeika, já tá na part 6, e eu parei na 2.

  14. >i haven't seen it so i'll be avoiding the video! Btw here's a belated happy birthday! keep up the great work Romeika!

  15. >Kamila, foi justamente nessa cena do onibus que o Mike Nichols deu esses conselhos aos atores:)Wally, I wanna see it again too!Vinicius, tb eh um dos meus favoritos. De nada, e abs!:-)A.R.: How do u mean the film aged? I'd love if you told me more about your opinion.Jessica: me too!Cassiano, realmente senti falta de seus comentarios nos meus posts de cinema, aparece mais! heheKat, thanks!Thank you for the comments!

  16. >i didnt see this film until a few months ago and i absolutely loved it. the ending is quite memorable and i love their faces in the bus, because its so real, its not a happy ending, its like half of it.i posted my fave quote of this film here, in my other blog: http://lickthestarr.blogspot.com/search/label/the%20graduate

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